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Nickfletcher
11-23-17, 12:26 AM
Hey leathernecks! So i recently came back from the island without my EGA. i put my life into joining and when i got down there i was told i had mrsa in my ankle. I ended up spending more time in RSP than actually training. They didnít give me an option to go back, they said i had to go home. My company graduated today and i couldnít be more hurt about to, Iím not really sure what to do because i spent 2 years of my life with training, tattoo waivers and everything and now Iím back to square one. Lifeís just been different because my dreams where shattered. I could go back but the paperwork process would take about a year and a half is what Iím told, plus the 6 month wait i need before i can Even enter the office. I just need some opinions here because Iím shattered

DanM
11-23-17, 12:47 AM
"patients who are treated and do well still have a high risk of recurrent infection that may vary from 20%-40%"

You might have a chance in the future,but looking for a different occupation might be better.The military really doesn't want people who could infect their platoon or others in the field,etc. where medical treatment could be a problem.

m14ed
11-23-17, 06:26 AM
Hey leathernecks!
So i recently came back from the island
without my EGA.
I put my life into joining
and when i got down there i was told i had mrsa in my ankle.

I ended up spending more time in RSP than actually training.

They didn’t give me an option to go back,
they said i had to go home.

My company graduated today and i couldn’t be more hurt about it.

I’m not really sure what to do
I spent 2 years of my life with training,
tattoo waivers
and everything
And now I’m back to square one.

Life’s just been different because my dreams where shattered.

I could go back
but the paperwork process would take about a year and a half,
plus the 6 month wait i need before i can Even enter the office.

I just need some opinions here because I’m shattered



DanM gave you good advise in his reply about
your option to return to MCRD-

Consider if you will please -
You weren't sent home in a box NOT to
be opened from some far off land you can't even spell.

Your parents won't be staying awake nights and worry
about where and how you might die.

Be THANKFULL - It's a great day for it.

Perhaps even think of putting your next best foot forward
and continue with the rest of your life.

thanks for trying -

mexbearlll
11-24-17, 03:43 PM
Look for something else You would enjoy doing, and go for that.