HELP!

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  1. SVG

    SVG USMA Cadet

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    I just came back from a routine physical to discover that I had a prescribed flovent for (mild) asthma up until the age of ten.

    I know I had been diagnosed with a small case when I was young, but did not know I had been on the meds that long.

    I know asthma is a huge deal when it comes to being medically qualified, but I can assure all that I DO NOT have asthma. I have played soccer for 9 years, ran cross country for three, participated in track numerous times, etc, etc, etc... Bottom line is I DO NOT have it, I'm not even sure why I was ever 'diagnosed' with it, other than I know my younger brother has a bit of a case and they took me in around the same time he was diagnosed.

    HOW do I eradicate this from being an issue. I have not gotten the medical exam yet (only a junior in high school), but I really do not want this to be an issue... because I do not suffer from even a slight case of shortness of breath.
     
  2. MullenLE

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    Cut and paste your posting; provide full name and last 4 SSN; and send to Larry.Mullen@dodmerb.tma.osd.mil. I can assist you better from there and will reply tomorrow night:thumb:
     
  3. SVG

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    Thanks a lot!
     
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    U R welcome:thumb:
     

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