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BRH123
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So I’m currently at university doing a nursing degree, I also have epilepsy and want to join the army (as a soldier) I know I have to be ten years free of seizures and fits but when I finish university I’ll be 23, and when I’m 23 I’ll be 10 years free of any seizures

I’m just wondering does this sound crazy? should I stick with nursing or the army?
Has anyone else done this or knows someone that’s did something similar?
Any feedback would be a lot of help, thanks 🙏
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How about a nurse in the army? I imagine you’ve thought of that though.
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How about a nurse in the army? I imagine you’ve thought of that though.
I have, once I’ve finished the eight week basic training I’d be joining the royal medical corps (that’s if I join)
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I have, once I’ve finished the eight week basic training I’d be joining the royal medical corps (that’s if I join)
Well that seems the right choice then if you want a bit of both but it’s up to you in the end!
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