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    Default I Was claimed to have Exchema but Never diagnosed by GP

    I was at army selection and was classed as having exchema but I dont I have no medical history of it or never been diagnosed with it by my gp.

    I have enclosed some pictures of what the CMO at the army thought was exchama but as you see its hardly visible and its not itchy to the touch i am beyond frustrated as past everything else can someone properly diagnoses the images for me please.

    I was on a sunbed stupidy before my selection and my scared flared up any tips as to what it might be.

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    Obv my gp didnt class it as exchema but I am wondering why the medical doctor did i am hopeing to appeal ??

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