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    Hey, so I am going through early stages of the army application and I was reading them medical things and it says about fainting/seizures/passing out may stop people getting it . I have passed out a few times in school and in two of these fainting episodes I was told a shook like a seizure ? I told my doctor and she said the shacking happens to some people when they faint. So will I get stopped from entering ? It hasn't happened in over a year or so now and I had no diagnosis or medication . Please someone help ! I know I should be asking this to the proper people but it's 3:40 am and I can't sleep its nagging at me
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    If it hasn't happened in over a year, then you should be ok.
    The only way to find out is complete your application and find out if you pass the medical.
    Dont worry
 
 
 
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