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There are two parts a and B to section 2 which are medical conditions Part A is to be completed by the applicant and reviewed by the medical practitioner Part B down here is to be completed by the medical practitioner and what they'll do is for each yes answer they'll identify the item numbers the condition diagnoses day of onset of diagnosis and a bunch of other things and they will fill it in on this paper here if they need to attach another sheet then they'll attach another sheet they just need to make sure your name and date of birth is on the bottom which right here applicant name last first middle here and date of birth when I talk to the Coast Guard about I asked them what is the most common mistake made on this form that gets it bounced back to people and she said funny enough the mistake that's made most often is that people do not put their name and their date of birth at the bottom of each page you'll see that page one out of five page two out of five here to get is again and on every subsequent page you must put your name and date of birth so that's a little bit of a tangent and let's get back to section two so there's thirty four of these boxes right thirty four boxes and they need to be checked either yes or no all of the boxes and for every yes answer it goes into the hands of your medical practitioner and they need to fill out in this space below the number you mark yes and then write out additional information right all about the condition you mark yes and make sure it's all correct so that's about all for section two basically if you can mark no to everything that's great you know it's gonna make it easier for everybody but you have to be truthful you can't say no I don't have diabetes don't worry you have CF diabetes you need to mark yes and then you have to have your medical practitioner explain when it was diagnosed how it's under control and all of these things let's look at section three medications to be completed by applicant and reviewed by medical practitioner again so this is all about prescription drugs and it even goes into over-the-counter drugs if you're on a bunch of like dietary supplements and vitamins and things like that they want to know about it so especially over the prescriptions though if you have prescriptions you need to take every day then you need to put the descriptions down here the applicant you please print your descriptions here and then the medical practitioner puts their two cents in here and they review what you said they make some comments about it and make sure it's all correct if you don't take any prescriptions or a healthy dose of some