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I have allergies but I would like to join the army I am on medication for them can I still join?

I have allergies but I would like to join the army I am on medication for them can I still join? Topic: Joined up writing services
June 20, 2019 / By Steph
Question: i have a nasal spray and i am on singular could i still join the army? would i have to get a waiver? uh i am also on a medicine called trileptal would that be an issue btw which is easier to get into like which has lower requirements as in medications the us army or the marines im in great physical shape i have been doing lots of weight lifting and jogging i jog about 3 miles 3 times a week thanks guys im waiting for a few more answers then i will chose the lucky winner :)
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Paddy Paddy | 8 days ago
My sister is going for the US Army. She is eligible now but is looking to go in with a college degree. She says to check with your recruiter since that is the best place for information. Also you can visit goarmy.com which is the official army website. This is a dot com not a dot gov but it is the correct site. The army has the least requirements. Here is some other prescription information about the military: The outpatient pharmacy policies which govern the prescribing and dispensing of medications are recommended by the Pharmacy and Therapeutics Committee and approved by the Hospital Commander. Although prescription policies may sometimes appear unreasonable or arbitrary, they are actually intended to provide uninterrupted availability of medication, and ensure that they are used in accordance with professional practice standards, Army Regulations and Federal Law. Accordingly, patients can expect pharmacy policies to be applied with uniformity and consistency by the pharmacy staff with the intent of providing the best service possible. Eligibility Patients are required to show their military ID cards to verify eligibility for care and to ensure that medications are dispensed to the correct patient. Another person can act as your agent to drop off or pick up prescriptions. They must have your ID card to transact your business. Prescribing and Dispensing of Medications The outpatient pharmacy will process all valid prescriptions* provided the medication is on our formulary. *most prescriptions are valid for 1 year from the date written by the prescriber. Most controlled medications are valid up to 6 months from the date written. Other exceptions may apply. here are your links: http://www.goarmy.com/ http://glwach.amedd.army.mil/pharmacy/ou... I am not sure if this helped at all. But, good luck. Tyme
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Paddy Originally Answered: I have allergies but I would like to join the army I am on medication for them can I still join?
My sister is going for the US Army. She is eligible now but is looking to go in with a college degree. She says to check with your recruiter since that is the best place for information. Also you can visit goarmy.com which is the official army website. This is a dot com not a dot gov but it is the correct site. The army has the least requirements. Here is some other prescription information about the military: The outpatient pharmacy policies which govern the prescribing and dispensing of medications are recommended by the Pharmacy and Therapeutics Committee and approved by the Hospital Commander. Although prescription policies may sometimes appear unreasonable or arbitrary, they are actually intended to provide uninterrupted availability of medication, and ensure that they are used in accordance with professional practice standards, Army Regulations and Federal Law. Accordingly, patients can expect pharmacy policies to be applied with uniformity and consistency by the pharmacy staff with the intent of providing the best service possible. Eligibility Patients are required to show their military ID cards to verify eligibility for care and to ensure that medications are dispensed to the correct patient. Another person can act as your agent to drop off or pick up prescriptions. They must have your ID card to transact your business. Prescribing and Dispensing of Medications The outpatient pharmacy will process all valid prescriptions* provided the medication is on our formulary. *most prescriptions are valid for 1 year from the date written by the prescriber. Most controlled medications are valid up to 6 months from the date written. Other exceptions may apply. here are your links: http://www.goarmy.com/ http://glwach.amedd.army.mil/pharmacy/ou... I am not sure if this helped at all. But, good luck. Tyme
Paddy Originally Answered: I have allergies but I would like to join the army I am on medication for them can I still join?
well, you can't go to basic training if you are DEPENDENT on ANY medication. the only medication authorized for continued use in the military is a birth control pill.

Lex Lex
well, you can't go to basic training if you are DEPENDENT on ANY medication. the only medication authorized for continued use in the military is a birth control pill.
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Japheth Japheth
any medicine might be an issue i had to quit taking adderal to get in, but if its just allergies you can probably get in
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Japheth Originally Answered: Can you join the army after being arrested for 1 marijuana blunt and having your case dismissed and sealed?
It shouldn't be a problem if this is your only charge. I think you have a case of lazy-recruiter-itis so you might want to go to a different recruiter station.

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