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I was never told that I have had endometriosis and now I have applied for the raf went for my medical and was made permanently unfit so my waiver went through automatically and has not been upheld so I am going to appeal, I am aware of being told that I had thinckend lining of the womb had any one got any ideas of where I'm going to stand ?? I have had no symptoms in the last six years and other than this I am totally fit medical. Any information would be greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance.
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(Original post by Kirsty327anne)
I was never told that I have had endometriosis and now I have applied for the raf went for my medical and was made permanently unfit so my waiver went through automatically and has not been upheld so I am going to appeal, I am aware of being told that I had thinckend lining of the womb had any one got any ideas of where I'm going to stand ?? I have had no symptoms in the last six years and other than this I am totally fit medical. Any information would be greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance.
Hi

I've answered your question in the other thread.

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Adam
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