As a baby I was diagnosed with VSD, however the hole closed up on its on (have a recent appointment with a cardiologist to prove it) is this going to be a problem for me? I heard some heart problems are instant disqualifications.
I am sure RetNavyHM will answer soon...in the meantime, if DoDMERB disqualifies you for a history of ventricular septal defect (VSD), it is possible to get a waiver if you have a normal echocardiogram.
Do no let the possibility of a DQ for a VSD stop you from applying! Keep moving forward and be gathering all records pertaining to your history of VSD.
A congenital VSD, that healed on its own should not be an issue. I would definitely get the copies of the cardiologists reports and hold on to them as DoDMERB may request them. If you are found disqualified, waivers are possible.