My daughter just received a letter stating she should begin the DODMERB process. After reading all the "asthma DQ" posts, I'm quite concerned she will have a problem because of one occurrence in her medical history. This is her story: About 2 years ago, (when she was 15 yo) she was participating in a one on one training session with her volleyball trainer - it was a brutal workout. The gym she was practicing in just had the floors sanded and after a while, she began wheezing and had slight numbness in her arms - most likely from her trouble catching her breath. We made an appointment with her pediatrician and the pediatrician sent her to a cardiologist for a heart ultrasound as a precaution (because of the numbness in her arms) and also as a precaution, prescribed an inhaler. My daughter never had any difficulties with breathing after that... and never used the inhaler. The heart ultrasound found nothing wrong with her heart. We have always thought her issues that one day were caused by some irritant in the air from the sanding of the wood floors. Now, because she was prescribed an inhaler and had a heart ultrasound performed because of the breathing issue...it appears from what I have been reading, she will be DQ'd. I have not yet completed the history part of the form she must take to the DODMERB/doctor. I'm trying find the best way to answer the issues of the one breathing problem she had. She is a 4 year Varsity letter earner at her high school and is in excellent condition. Can't believe one occurrence could ruin her chances. Any suggestions?