So, as a background. I joined the Army out of high school, but was disqualified my first week due to something called bilateral papilledema (basically a swelling of the optic nerve) they found while doing an eye exam after I'd gotten woozy standing at attention for a few hours. After getting out, I saw a civilian specialist who did a battery of tests and told me I didn't have that condition at all, and my eyes were fine. Shortly after, I started doing flight lessons near my college. On the medical, I just stupidly checked "no" on everything because they said I was fine. Yeah, dumb kid. Flying turned out to be more expensive than I could afford, and I quit a couple months later before getting my private license, and went on doing other things with my life. It's now 13 years later, and I've been thinking of getting back into it. Reading through the medical forms it's obvious I should have checked yes on some of the questions. How do I go about fixing this? I'm not really worried about legal ramifications due to it being past the statute of limitations, but I do wonder how it will affect my ability to get a new medical certificate. Thanks for your help.