He underwent medical examination at the military registration and enlistment office. After a while, they were sent to the clinic for a second one. What for?

He underwent medical examination at the military registration and enlistment office. After a while, they were sent to the clinic for a second one. What for?

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answers (2)

Answer 1
June, 2021

Our primary examination always took place at the military registration and enlistment office, and the analyzes and opinions of specialists have already come from the clinic, although sometimes they are sent to the regional hospital. The military commissar's doctor can only give a referral somewhere, all the main conclusions are not in his competence, although, to be honest, I do not know who makes the decision on the postponement. In total, I went through the initial examination about 4 times already, including questions from the lawyer, I was given tests once, and I will do a full examination (acts) through the clinic for the second time. "Tired" is very mildly said.

Answer 2
June, 2021

The military registration and enlistment office examined you, read the extracts in your medical record.

If you have / had any injuries / illnesses limiting your ability to serve, you are sent to a medical facility for a more detailed examination to confirm or deny them.

If you hope on the "health slope", I advise you to be very careful about this trip to the clinic, to follow how your diagnoses are checked - to see what they write. It is possible to bring along a parent who understands these diagnoses better than you. Otherwise, it is very easy - "suddenly healed", and from all at once.

If you want to serve, then do not worry. Just go. This is the basic procedure.

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