My son has an ROTC scholarship DoDMERB exam scheduled for Aug. 14. Following are the questions that will have "Yes" answers. I'd appreciate any insight into likely DoDMERB responses -- initial DQ, request for records, additional information, etc. #14 Current medications and #59 Skin Conditions Son is currently in last month of Accutane treatment for acne. Will this cause a DQ or will he be in some type of "pending" state awaiting results of blood test taken 8 weeks after stopping medication? Assuming 8 week test is clear, will he automatically be cleared on this item or will we have to request a waiver? #19 Head Injury and #21 Loss of memory Son was tackled during football game and had trouble remembering plays. (Not good when you are the quarterback!!) The play was very ordinary and he jumped right up and went back into the huddle. He finished out the series of downs but did not play the second half. No loss of consciousness, no dizziness, no headache -- just does not remember first half of game. We did not go to hospital or doctor. Will lack of medical records present a problem? Hopefully the "head injury" form will be all that is required on this one. #60 Adverse reaction to drugs, medicines, etc. Son is allergic to antibiotic Bactrum. Any potential issues regarding this? #77 Treatment by other doctors or medicat facilities Following a bout with stomach virus/diarrhea my son was referred to a gastroenterologist(sp?) for lower abdominal pains. Doctor performed colonoscopy which revealed a small rectal ulcer. Ulcer was treated with medication and there have been no further complications or recurrence. Would this be an automatic DQ or evaluated based on doctor and/or hospital records? I'm thinking I should go ahead and have the records in hand to speed things up when the request comes. Like most applicants, my son is "healthy as a horse" working out and playing varsity sports. Hopefully there won't be any show-stoppers with the DoDMERB evaluation. I told my son to expect requests for additional information and that we just have to be patient with the process. Thanks in advance for the assistance!!