Hi, This is my first post on this forum and I would appreciate any replies. To cut to the chase, and without wanting to go in to too much detail, I received a diagnosis of Asperger's Syndrome previously however I have had the diagnosis removed. Essentially it was felt that although I had a few personal issues in my life at the time of diagnosis, the diagnosis was incorrect and that the process through which I went to get the diagnosis was not 'proper' - I was 'diagnosed' by a person who had no experience with Asperger's (or any other ASD's) at all. So the diagnosis has been formally removed. I have had a previous episode of depression and I did take an overdose. I've read the medical requirements for the Royal Navy and after digging a bit deeper I came across JSP 346. The episode of depression didn't last longer than 12 weeks and there were obvious 'stressors' that caused the situation. The overdose was not a serious suicide attempt, but a cry for help, as it is in many cases actually as I'm sure that any medics on here will be well aware. Additionally, by the time I plan to apply for the Royal Navy it will be well over three years ago that the experience happened and have been symptom free etc since. I know I'm kind of looking for confirmation rather than having an actual question as such, but am I right in thinking that although I've had these issues, I won't actually be rejected because of them? Thank you in advance for any advice, particularly from those that may be on this forum who work in the Royal Navy recruitment medical team.