Today I went to the doctors office to get my immunization forms filled out. For allergies, my form says "Bee stings - epi pen". This sounds way worse than it actually is. What happened was, in 4th grade I was stung by a bee and had slight swelling. I took a bennadryl and it went away, nevertheless my doctor issued my an epi pen and said i was allergic. Since then, on every field trip i have had to carry and epi pen. I have been stung by bees and wasps many times after my first sting, without a reaction. We even went to the allergist a few times to try to get the situation cleared up, but he said I could never be declared "not allergic" because the bee test was very dangerous, although i could sign off from the epi pen when I turned 18. In the DoDmerb questionnaire I put down that I am not allergic to anything, because I have not had a reaction in over 9 years. Tomorrow my mom will try to have the doctor rewrite the form to make it look a lot less incriminating. Should I talk to West Point or DoDMERB about this issue? I think it would be really unfortunate to be disqualified from USMA for what i really see as a non existent problem.