Seasonal allergies with Singular?

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  1. xfmym

    xfmym New Member

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    I just recently started the DoDMERB process and in the allergy questionnaire I put down that I take Allegra + Singular to treat my seasonal allergies. I know that Singular is often prescribed to treat asthma, but I have no history of asthma at all. I just take it for seasonal allergies. Will this cause me any issue? Also, Bananas make my mouth itch a little when I eat them, but don't threaten my health in any way. Should I put this on my medical form or is it not pertinent?
     
  2. Dad

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    Not positive, but seasonal allergies are not a deal breaker. Just be honest when reporting your physical condition. You don't want to get into a SA or ROTC program and then the military finds out you fudged your medical package. Bad scene.

    Regarding the banana question; is 'Bananas make my mouth itch a little when I eat them' a symptom of an allergic reaction? If so, you MUST report it. If it is not, then the point is moot. Don't indicate it. Be smart, but honest.

    Best wishes. :thumb:
     

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