Am i allowed in RN with asthma

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  1. hi there

    i was wondering if i was allowed in the RN with asthma due to the fact i have been told by some people that you carnt and others that it depends on wht asthma it is wether it is exercise or stress and how bad it is aswell. I really want to join the navy i was wondering if i could get any help please i want to be a seaman specialist

    Thanks aloy
    Chris
     
  2. Try the search facility young Jedi! Its been well documented!
     
  3. I have looked and i guuess the answer is no but i really am generaallly got my mind set on the navy,so wht can i do this has now just ruined my chances so will i have to resort to a day to day job normal civillian job then.

    thanks
     




  4. Oh you’re so sweet you must be in a good mood, have you managed to ogle and purvey
    about your favorite pass time of some lithesome creature in a compromising
    position? Or has Mrs MG left you to your own devices?:dontknow:



     
  5. im sorry i dont what you mean
     
  6. Christ who woke you up! Thought you'd be planning your make and mend by now!

    No ... sadly the onset of colder weather has curtailed the ogling and despite always being on the lookout have had no further sightings!
     
  7. Fear not young Jedi ... Sumo is having a pop at me!

    Unfortunately Asthma is a no no.
     
  8. its ok and thank you now i dont know what im gunna do cos others told me it depended on how bad it was and if u passed fitness tests but i guess not thank you
     
  9. Ninja_Stoker

    Ninja_Stoker War Hero Moderator

    Ongoing asthma is unfortunately a "no-go" due to the fact it's a life threatening condition and incompatible with the rigours of service life serving in extreme environments.

    Those free from treatment, symptoms, prescriptions (precautionary or otherwise) for a period of four complete years may apply, but must remain free from treatment, symptoms and pass a four week peak-flow diary.

    It's appreciated this is a disappointment for many, but duty of care for the individual is paramount.
     
  10. i see where yoour coming from thanks ninja stoker
     

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