Question about medical waiver

Discussion in 'DoDMERB' started by dikizle12, Sep 25, 2018.

  1. dikizle12

    dikizle12 New Member

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    I was given a "Does not meet medical standards" for

    D111.10 History of atopic dermatitis or eczema after 12th birthday.

    I am currently in the Army (Active Duty) trying to apply for USMA. I was told by my admission officer that as long as I receive the medical waiver for this condition I should be good to go (Admission officer told me that he would put in the waiver request on my behalf). Also, I received a medical waiver for eczema from MEPS prior to joining the Army. I have also served for 2 years and I haven't had a problem with eczema. Eczema does not limit me from doing my job, receiving military training, going to FTX, and etc. How likely is it that I will receive a waiver for my medical condition?? Thank you!!
     
  2. candidateer

    candidateer New Member

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    I would also like to know this. I originally thought I was gping to get DQ for shellfish but now it looks like eczema could be my issue and thats an automatic DQ. How do waivers work?
     
  3. Cessna172

    Cessna172 Member

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    Did you ever get retested for your Shellfish allergy?