Hello all, So ive got a bit of a problem that's recently worrying me. I recently deployed out to Canada for Exercise Prairie storm 3 and 4 but have come to a bit of a speed bump i came out mid august for 3 months and after 3 days i was man down with Heat injury (Rhabdomyolysis). This has been nothing to do with been Dehydrated its more to do with my CK levels went through the roof and hit 10,000 in less than 48 hours and kept climbing. Now this was brought on by my Regiment been the dumb Fk's they are and taking a Regimental PT session on a 4 mile run (camp to canex and back) in 35 degree heat after been in Canada only 3 days.... Now we had one guy go down for heat exhaustion (dehydrated) in 26 degrees the day before and there was a medical warning out and all that good stuff from the med centre ect and the Regiment was warned not to do PT in over 20 degrees until acclimatized. (makes sense). Now day i went down another guy also went down (he had heat exhaustion also) both if them are back to normal. Me on the other hand i was rushed to ICU and spent 24 hours in there before moving into a ward for 5 days having over 20x 1 litre bags of IV pushed through my system to stop my liver from been blocked by the effects of the CK and Rhabdomyolysis and me dyeing. (having bloods taken every 3 hours or less throughout this process) Im now been held in the batus med centre waiting for a flight home because its too dangerous to keep me in a hot climate. now ive heard people mentioning im not deployable to hot places and MD could come into it... which i don't want. Im been taken to some medical institute in the UK for further tests etc but don't want to think the worst atm. anyone else suffered with this illness? can i claim through the armed forces claim scheme?