Hello again folks, For those who don't want to waste some worthwhile time reading the mundane nonsense I'm dribbling here - here's the short version. I've got a while to wait for my medical (applying as a Warfare Officer) and if anybody can tell me whether the following things will affect my passing, it'd be good to know in advance. A) I used to be overweight B) I'm on a lifelong prescription to clonidine B) I sweat like a bitch. I passed my psychometric test for the officer level just over a week ago, and now I've got to wait until NYE before I can get in contact with the AFCO to book the med - which may be pushed back to April due somewhat to location difficulties and lack of long-distance travel costs. The following three things are issues which I'm concerned may make me fail, so if anybody might know anything with regard, I'd be glad to hear it. A) - In the last year I've lost 63 pounds (dropping down to 12 stone, which at 6'1 is about right) and started quite a lot of long distance running; so physically speaking I'm now in decent shape and hopefully fit enough for entry. B) I'm on a life-long prescription to a drug called clonidine, all it does is stop my cheeks (facial, before any of you get any ideas) from blushing, which happens to me quite a lot. They don't impair judgement or anything and I can stop taking them without any side-effects - except the blushing of course. C) I sweat like a bitch, and I go through lots of antiperspirant - I'm guessing that's not really going to be a problem in a career involving lots of water, but hey, it's best to check.