Would this be a DQ?

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  1. Goarmymom

    Goarmymom Member

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    A couple of years ago DS was diagnosed with inappropriate tachycardia (it may be a longer name but I can't remember). He was seen by a pediatric cardiologist, had tests run and was determined to be at no risk at all and was cleared to do anything he wanted. There was nothing structurally wrong with his heart. I'm assuming DS would have to list that, though - would that be a red flag and something that would DQ him?
     
  2. MullenLE

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    Until we see the full description in the history and possible the records, we can provide an accurate answer based on what you described:thumb:
     
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    Oh, OK thanks. I'm just assuming/hoping that if the doctor has cleared him for any and all activities that he wouldn't be DQ'd.
     
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    That is a POSITIVE sign, but doesn't GUARANTEE anything:thumb:
     

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