Is a history of one or more vaginal yeast infections disqualifying for service?

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  1. usafagirl99

    usafagirl99 Member

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    Would a girl be disqualified for ever having a yeast infection?
     
  2. 5Day

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    No. I don't think there is a question on the medical history exam that would even trigger you having to report a yeast infection. ( Unless it required hospitalization). An active yeast infection during your DoDMERB exam "may" be disqualifying, but I don't think that would even DQ.
     
  3. foxtrot17

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    No and you should only answer what they ask in the questionaire. Nothing more. They won't check for that either.
     
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    Just an FYI, although these isn't anything on the physical form that would appear to require disclosure of a yeast infection, there is a GYN questionnaire that can be triggered as a remedial request. I've seen that form, and it would could require disclosure of a yeast infection, depending on details of history and treatment. Very doubtful disclosure would be disqualifying without additional complicating factors.