Good evening! I'm in the process of joining the AFROTC while I work on my masters, and I'm curious about the ADD/ADHD medical requirements..I was diagnosed with ADD/ADHD in the 3rd grade by the third psychiatrist my mother took me to (very popular period for this diagnosis and the previous two doctors said I exhibited no signs of ADD/ADHD, I was just a normal 9 year old) and have been given prescription medication on and off since then. Now, this was not voluntary for me to do. The prescriptions I was given as an adult were "precautionary", and I stopped taking them in college (graduated with finance degree and a 3.23 GPA in 2014) For the past 4 years I have not been on any medication because I have had no issues. I went to my old family MD in February for antibiotics, and he convinced me into trying a new ADD medication based on my medical history as a child (vyvanse). I took the medication for 2 days and have not touched it since. I told my doctor there were no changes and we both agreed that I most likely don't have ADD/ADHD. I have never been diagnosed with adult ADD/ADHD. I even still have the bottle with the medication as proof that I've only taken 2 pills. Every situation is a case by case basis, but in the two year program I'm going to be a POC in August or September of this year. Would a two day use really affect my chances of an ADD/ADHD waiver? Would getting a written redaction of diagnosis by my doctor help my chances? Any help would be appreciated. I'd hate to be disqualified for my dream job of being an Air Force Officer because of a "trendy medical diagnosis period" when I was a kid. I'm not going for a flying position if that helps.