Just this week I went down to MEPS and took my medical physical and I recieved a DQ for having Pectus excavatum, which is when your chest wall is pointing at a ackword angle. Now my recruiter said the Coast Guard arent doing any Medical Weaivers right now and probably not any time soon so I could wait this out and hope I can fill out a Weaiver and hope it passes. Then I researched medical treaments/surgical solutions to this problem and I found a procedure called Nuss Surgical Correction for Pectus Excavatum. It seems like its a really successful surgery and my question here is: Has anyone here been in my shoes and gone threw with this surgery? If so were you able to get rid of your DQ? I know this is a small chance but i'm not throwing in the tower by far.