I admit it. I was/am an overly worried mom. When my son was younger he had several instances of instect bites/bee stings that resulted in large swelling on his arms/legs depending on the bite/sting location. I took him to the doctor's several times where he was treated with benadryl (and ?; I can't read any of the other doctor notes due to doctor handwriting). I told him that he was allergic to bee stings. He was never prescribed an epi-pen and was never hospitalized. He listed bee sting allergy on his DoDMERB forms and now has a remedial to send in copies of all records associated with bee stings. Will the doctor notes speak for themselves or should I have my son write a short cover letter stating that the visits were problably due to his mother's overreaction? I would hate to have his SA dreams shot down because I over was quick to assume the worst and took him to see the doctor when perhaps that wasn't necessary.