I did bring this up in another thread, it got a small response from a couple of people but i was hoping for a little more infomation. I want to join the royal marines, i believe that i am currently more than fit enough to pass the PRMC, as ive been training in the gym, 4 days a week for a little over a year now, as well as working full time in a physically demanding job, but my whole life has been based on the goal of joining the royal marines, and the only reason ive waited to the age of 21 is because my parents are strongly opposed to it, they want me in an office job, where i am safe, and frankly id rather be in a box underground than live a life like that ! Anyway to the point, i have an allergy to peanuts, when i was younger it seemed quite severe, such as touching them would bring out a rash, and possibley cause sneezing etc, but for the past 15 years things have progressively got better, and symptons have gotten much less severe, anyway 2 years ago i figured the allergy must of gone, so i had myself tested, but unforchunatly found out that im still allergic. Its only a problem for me if i eat the peanuts, which would result in quite a bad rash, sneezing possibly coughing, but can be overcome with anti-histimine (basically hay fever tablets) would i be automatically be reguarded as unsuitable and therefor not alowed to enter, or would they look at my case and give me a fair shot, realistically what are my chances on them accepting me. Honestly i would be devestated if i was rejected, as my whole life practically its what ive wanted to do, its what ive told all my friends and family what i am going to do, aswell as having a big breakdown with my relationship with my parents wanting a career in the royal marines. keeping at it against the constant negativity and them constantly telling me id never make it was managable, but going home and explaining i failed on the first hurdle would kill me.