So my medical went under review this morning and as expected it's been placed on hold (but not PMU so that's atleast something) The letter reads: I am writing to you following your recent military pre-employment medical as part of your application to enlist or commission in the Royal Navy. Unfortunately, your application has been placed on hold at this time following review of the medical history we currently hold and the results from your medical appointment. The reason for this is the following: I have reviewed the reports on your previous fractures to arm and ankle and regret to inform you that there is insufficient information on the recovery/healing of both fractures. This appears to be because you did not attend the appointments made for you. To proceed your application you will need to be reviewed by an orthopaedic clinic and provide X-ray confirmation of fracture healing and normal function. Your application is held with a status of Temporarily Medically Unfit and this decision has been made in accordance with the Medical Service Entry standards (JSP 950). All new entrants undergo intensive training, which is both physically and mentally demanding. The Royal Navy has a Duty of Care to all who apply to serve and require that all entrants must be fit to serve anywhere in the World for the duration of their service. LETTER ENDS So basically does anybody know if I can get these X-rays through my doctor or do I need to go private? also how much is it likely to cost and is private more likely to be alot faster? Thanks.