Allergy Remedial

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  1. ie1990

    ie1990 New Member

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    When filling out the original online medical questionnaire, I ckd the box that I had allergies (referring to infrequent bouts of parent-diagnosed seasonal allergies experienced as a child). I have no medical history of allergies and have never been treated by a physician for such. On the explanation portion of the (online) questionnaire, I wrote that I had allergies as a child but they weren't an issue now. Today, I rec'd a remedial Allergy Questionnaire. How do I explain that I don't have any allergies?
     
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    RetNavyHM USN (RET)

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    Answer all the questions on the allergy questionnaire and send it back. The allergy questionnaire is automatic if the allergy question is checked yes on the DD Form 2492.
     
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    RetNavyHM,
    Copy that sir. I was just wondering if there would be any further inquiries because I originally answered "yes" that I did have allergies, but on the remedial questionnaire I have answered either "none" or "n/a" to all questions. Should I attach a quick note explaining my rationale for originally answering yes? Or should I just send the questionnaire back by itself?
     
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    RetNavyHM USN (RET)

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    Feel free to attach a note explaining why you checked yes on the DD Form 2492 yet have put "none" or "N/A" on the allergy questionnaire. It will help the reviewer at DoDMERB a lot.
     

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