I am excited to be applying for West Point. My biggest worry is the Dodmerb Report of Medical History. I have been getting allergy shots for environmental sensitivities for about 4 years and should be able to stop those in the upcoming year. I rarely need any over the counter meds or anything else for any symptoms now. 1. Is there an automatic denial for an "immunotherapy" history? And also, with the seasonal issues, I used to have a lingering cough and was prescribed an inhaler for that. I haven't used the "rescue inhaler" to knock down the cough in at least 2 years and I have never had an "asthma attack". I have always had normal FEV1 studies so it wasn't asthma in the traditional sense but my allergist said that in recent years, physicians have considered it to be "presumptive asthma" when there is a lingering cough after a viral illness or seasonal allergy symptoms. I know that honesty is paramount and do not want to hold back anything in a way that would appear that I am not being transparent. I also know that applicants are needlessly denied because they include particular words that may create misunderstanding. 2. What in the world should I be prepared to say when asked about allergies or asthma?