Question: In being 110 percent focused on getting all paperwork and letters to back up a 2-inch binder of material on Apnea, AFib and Alcoholism, I correctly noted all my medications, including melatonin and occasional use of Sonata, a sleep agent that metabolizes quickly. And i discussed those last two medications and their use with the AME as I quit taking trazadone earlier in the year when I found it was a no-no drug for the FAA. I just realized that nowhere on the now-locked FAA form did I not note treatment for insomnia even though I listed the medications and spoke with the AME. I did not use the words insomnia with the AME, only referencing trouble sometimes getting back to sleep after using the bathroom. The binder goes back to the AME for transmission to CAMI at the end of the week or early next week. The question: do I write a note for the binder noting the omission, or let the FAA docs figure it out from the drug list or by finding the word insomnia buried in hospitalization lists of diagnoses? I’m trying to get back into flying after a 30-year hiatus. My mind was entirely focused on the big three and I forgot to specify the need for the medications. Many thanks for guidance on this issue, and for all the previous guidance from the denizens of this forum.