I'm just looking through my medical history, and I want to get opinions on the severity of my situation. As it turns out, I was diagnosed with RAD before the age of 13. I've never been diagnosed with asthma, nor have I ever needed to take daily preventative medication. It is not exercise induced; as a matter of fact, exercising always seems to relieve my symptoms. I only showed mild symptoms maybe once a year in my childhood, and that would be only after the onset of a cold / URI. The last episode where I needed urgent care was a month after my thirteenth birthday, which may complicate things. The only times I was prescribed inhalers past age 13 was when I got URI's / colds / coughs. I am an active runner / sprinter for two seasons of the year and my lungs have never held me back. I will probably see a pulmonologist to take a functions test to clear up / amend the diagnosis, and will have it cleared through my primary care physician. Also, I have not begun the medical process through DoDMERB yet, and I want to deal with as much as I can beforehand. When I check 'yes' for asthma/wheezing, I want to have supporting documents stating that I am clear, hopefully to avoid the entire DQ / waiver process. Lying is not an option. In addition to the RAD diagnosed in my childhood, I am on medication for hypothyroidism (caused by Hashimoto's). It is stable with a very mild dosage of Synthroid (112mcg). I am not symptomatic (i.e. tiredness, decreased metabolism, weight gain), so hopefully this will not be that large of a hurdle.