Hi there, I've been lurking here for a wee while now. I've always been interested in joining the Navy and had a few questions to ask which weren't exactly covered in the RN Medical thing online. Particularly two things I'm wondering about otherwise I'm all good (Hopefully) Basically when I was a little kid in pre-school the teachers thought I had Autism because apparently I enjoyed playing with Thomas the Tank Engine a little too much. Something to do with the fact I liked the Trains organized on the tracks or something...Really. So as a 5 year old I was diagnosed Autistic. Later on in life I was receiving extra help in School when I really didn't need it, and eventually some Teachers just before I left School at 16 said "Hey, this kid actually might not be Autistic" And I went again to see another Specialist and they claimed it as a Misdiagnosis. I'm unsure where this leaves me? Am I PMU because apparently on my NHS Record I'm still Autistic when the NHS called it a Misdiagnosis. And another would be myself again being Diagnosed as a child with Asthma, but in my lifetime I have never had an Asthma Attack and I exercise quite regularly (at least 3 times a week) and have done so for the past 10 years without ever feeling like I have Asthma I'm sure if I took an airflow test I would come off it well. My last inhaler (Out of 3 in my 20 years of existence) was issued about 2-3 years ago. Due to a severe Chest Infection caused by pushing trolleys for 7.5 hours a day through 3 days of Scottish Winter. So that's my other question, never had an issue regarding my apparent asthma even under heavy exercising and having a reliever given to me along with anti-biotics due to a really bad cough from a Chest Infection. NOT to treat Asthma. Any information you guys might be able to give me would be hugely appreciated i'll be heading to the AFCO as soon as I am free later next month. Cheers!