I just finished my DodMERB exams and the doctor says I have "dermatitis", but it looked very minor with a small patch. However, I read online that dermatitis can be disqualifying. This is what I read before and what is disqualifying. b. Current or history of atopic dermatitis (691) or eczema (692.9) after the 12th birthday. (1) Atopic Dermatitis. Active or history of residual or recurrent lesions in characteristic areas (face, neck, antecubital and or popliteal fossae, occasionally wrists and hands). (2) Non-Specific Dermatitis. Current or history of recurrent or chronic non-specific dermatitis to include contact (692) (irritant or allergic), or dyshidrotic dermatitis (705.81) requiring more than treatment with over the counter medications. So if I do have non-specific Dermatitis, and I can prove its not requiring more than treatment with over the counter medications am I capable of passing DoDMERB? Also, since I completed the exam, I don't want to get DQ'd next week, can I schedule a personal appointment with the doctor, have a check up to see if I am fine, then send the info to DODMERB? This should remove the lengthy waiver process.