You are asking about the "B" category of fitness, which is exactly how it sounds: "limited fitness for military service." Consider the case when the category is already on your military ID. In peacetime, conscripts with this category are released from service, issued a military ID and enrolled in the reserve. That is, they are not called up in peacetime. But they can call for military training (once every three years), the term of study in this case is up to 2 months. At the same time, the conscript retains all rights to exemption and from fees, including for health reasons.
If you can't, but you really want to, then you can. If you want to join the army, then there is no problem bypassing this limitation if you don't want to. they can still pick it up. Once a new recruit was called to our unit, one of whose legs was shorter than the other, and it was impossible not to notice. However, they called.
According to FZ 53-FZ "On military duty and military service", article 23, paragraph 1, subparagraph a, "Citizens who are recognized as limited fit for military service for health reasons are exempted from conscription." And article 5.1., Paragraph 2, clearly explains that limited suitability is category B. That is, there is no slightest chance, this is federal law. If they try, then go to court.
Tell me, please, as a child there was a diffuse purulent-fibrinous peritonitis due to appendicitis. Later, he was diagnosed with arterial hypertension of the 1st degree, stage 1. Will they be taken into the army with this?