hello all. new here. looking for some advice if any1 has any. been in the process of applying as a WET(SUBMARINER) for around 4 months now, however i was declared medically unfit yesterday due to a tiny patch of psoriasis on my left elbow and told to get it treated and retry in 5 years. not ideal really. however the medical guidance notes for psoriasis state that the reasons to be failed are..... 1. severe psoriasis covering greater than 5% of the body. 2. severe psoriasis in the last 5 years covering greater than 5% of the body. 3. severe psoriasis that could affect the wearing of military clothing. reasons 1 & 2 do not apply to me which the doctor confirmed, he failed me on reason 3 saying that it would affect the wearing of military clothing (i can't see how) i was unhappy with this decision so went to see both my g.p and a private skin pecialist who have both stated that i have ninute psoriasis covering less than 1% of skin(closer to 0.1%) and that they can not see any reason why it would affect the the wearing of any clothing known to man including boiler suits etc. i would appreciate if any1 could give me any guidance on how to go about appealing against the decision as i believe it is unjustified. i belive that due to the waiting lists being so high the doctors are being instructed to fail people on whatever they can. this is unfair and plays around with peoples hopes and dreams for the future. there is no point giving would be recruits medical guidance notes if the doctors dont adhere to them. any help would be greatly appreciated as this is the next 20 years of my life.sorry its so long for a first message.