Before I start I just wanted to say this is my first time posting here so if I'm in the wrong place please point me in the correct direction! Thanks in advance.
Okay so where do I begin. When I was 8 years old I was diagnosed with a heart condition called Wolff Parkinson White syndrome (WPW). It had something to do with my heart but tbh I don't even remember exactly what it is. I had corrective surgery for it shortly after I was diagnosed and everything was cured and taken care of here I am 11 years later trying to enlist in the Coast Guard. Nowadays I'm in great shape, running and lifting every day with no medical issues.
I've been trying to enlist since September. On my first trip to meps I didn't lie on my medical questionnaire and disclosed the surgery. Over the period of 6 months I've been back to meps for medical consultations and testing probably around 5 times. Eventually in late March meps disqualified me.
No big deal I thought, we'll just apply for a waiver. WPW isn't a disqualifying condition as long as it's been cured. Well I just got a call today from my recruiter saying my waiver was denied because of an abnormal ecg that they did during one of my medical consultations. The thing is though I have copies of all of those records and the doctors say in those records that there is nothing abnormal with them.
What do I do now? Is there anything else I can do? This was really my one plan, I've been training and working for this for a long time. I scored a 92 on my asvab and all I've wanted to do for the past couple years is to join the Coast Guard
For anyone with medical experience here's a summary of the ecg. (All personal information has been removed) https://imgur.com/a/0LCT0