I have a procedural question about waivers. If Mr. Mullen could chime in id really appreciate it. Im starting AFROTC next month. Over the last year, Ive fought a battle with dodmerb to get cleared for sinusitis. After going to an Air Force ENT, I finally got a waiver for it. The sinusitis doesnt really affect me, but I do notice it is there. I have a prescription decongestant that my doctor gave me. The ENT said the medication is probably controlling the problem and i should be fine. Nothing has changed but I would like to solve this issue. The medication Im on now may be controlling it, but id like to go to my doctor and maybe get some antibiotics that might get rid of the problem altogether. My question is that if i went to my doctor and got a NEW medication, like an antibiotic, would this put my waiver in jeopardy? In order to remain commission qualified, do I have to continue on in the same circumstances as i was when the waiver was approved? I would like to try something new to see if it would help, but i dont want to put what i have in jeopardy.