DS answered DoDMERB questionnaire honestly and is expecting 2 possible DQs. What can he do to lessen the likelihood of a DQ or shorten the time for a waiver? The first DQ will be for eczema he had as an infant but eventually went away. We’re not sure exactly when but his medical records state there were very small patches when he was 14 years old that we treated with over the counter medicines. We have his medical records and a statement from his doctor stating there hasn’t been a flare up in years and that he’s cleared. The other was for a concussion he suffered last year in high school while playing sports. He didn’t blackout but did suffer headaches for a month and treated with Tylenol. Again, we have his concussion medical records at the exam and statement from the concussion doctor saying he has completely recovered. Should he provide medical records and doctor statements at the exam? Advice and expectations are appreciated.