Hi. My son is intrerested in applying for the Navy. He had mild infantile eczema which has not needed treatment for many many years, however, on a family holiday to Dominican Republic about 3 years back he came out in a rash that covered most of his body. The on site doctor treated him intravenously on two separate occasions which didn't clear the rash but made him comfortable. On returning to the UK we visited our own doctor and was given oral antihistamines which cleared him up completely and he was referred to a specialist. He was diagnosed with Acute Idiopathic Urticaria. There was no obvious trigger and no allergy tests were done as they were deemed unnecessary. He was advised that this is rarely triggered by anything external to the body and reactions are rarely severe. He was given oral antihistamines to use if any further flare ups occurred. He isn't allergic to anything we are aware of and has had no issues with this condition except for this one instance. He has never had any repeat occurrences and has not needed to use any medication since. Is it likely he will be refused entry because of this diagnosis. Many thanks.