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Would it be possible to do your day to day job with genital herpes? After you check out those regs, go ask a Recruiter. They now offer treatment for STD’s without legal repercussions. The AR is 112 pages. I know, because I was just at MEPS and they told me all this. Commanding officers have access to medical records, but the mind-set these days is to treat and contain the disease, not punish the servicemember. if u join the army then def you’ll have to serve a term in iraq.

The opinions expressed are my own, and may not be in-line with any branches of the government or military. If anyone can help. I just found out that I tested positive for HVS-2, HVS1. We contracted it as children, as it is a very common virus, and children pick it up easily as they often share food and drinks, and may be less concerned about hand washing and hygiene. It usually goes away in a week or so. Lastly, the military will not kick people out sometimes when you develop a condition while on active duty, but same condition would keep you from enlisting in first place. Let me know if you need any clarification.

Medically capable of satisfactorily completing required training. The opinions expressed are my own, and may not be in-line with any branches of the government or military. If anyone is currently in the ranks and has hsv2 can you please let me know- private message me or something. (11) Vulvar or vaginal ulceration, including herpes genitalia and condyloma acuminatum, acute or chronic, not amenable to treatment. Check out these tips to prepare yourself for joining the Army. You can join IF you give up custody of the child for your first term/enlistment. I am kind of nervous/ashamed to tell my recruiter.

Hunter Handsfield explains the basics about genital herpes, including the difference between genital HSV-1 and HSV-2 infection, testing options and the importance of knowing virus type, and the three-prong strategy for prevention. Below you will find details from the Army’s Standards of Medical Fitness. Can I get in the marines with a criminal record? If you have had a medical complication at any time in your life that is mentioned here, then you need to tell your recruiter. I immediately went to the gyn who swabbed it and told me “I’ve been doing this a long time and I don’t think it’s herpes but I’ll swab it anyway.” The results of the swab came back negative for herpes and he told me to call him if it came back. Apparently I was the only one being faithful and all those nights out drinking with the boys involved more than drinking. The only herpes infection I know is a sexual infection.

Male genitalia (6) Current or history of genital infection or ulceration, including, but not limited to herpes genitalis (054. Army. (11) of the vulva or vaginal ulceration, including genital herpes and acuminate, acute or chronic condyloma, no treatment available. Get it diagnosed & if necessary, treated rather than try to self diagnose a condition & maybe get it wrong. should i tell my recruiter before the military medical tests?. But before you panic about a zombie apocalypse, remember that not all viruses are bad. I think the only one that is, is HIV.

What would this have to do with being able to serve in the military? 1 Armoured Medical Regiment was formed on 1 April 2014 as a result of the Army 2020. 14 map units is involved in neurovirulence (R. That said, you will want to have it on your medical records so that if you need medication you can get it. The opinions expressed are my own, and may not be in-line with any branches of the government or military. Can you be disqualified from the Army Guard for having Herpes Simplex? Today I will list the medical issues/conditions which will not be considered for a waiver.

Time will tell, but the presence of increased intestinal permeability may explain how these molecules pass into the bloodstream from the gut to affect adults with gastrointestinal disorders. Am I wasting my time with all these suppliments? Help!?!?!. The opinions expressed are my own, and may not be in-line with any branches of the government or military. You”ll have to ask that during the physical exam prior to enlistment. Most CF medical personnel will readily attest that (unfortunately, and I guess, embarrassingly perhaps), STD’s are quite common amongst our personnel, as Monday morning sick parade proves time and time again. The opinions expressed are my own, and may not be in-line with any branches of the government or military.

The commandant of the training school was the one briefing us. If anyone can help. I am already enlisted in the U.S.