So like a decade and a half ago I got a medical as a teenager (whatever the bare minimum age was, I don't recall), and didn't disclose *any* history, mostly out of ignorance of my own issues (nobody really told me if I had any formal diagnoses, and it was always framed in a "positive" way) and not understanding at all the gravity of the certification process. What I should have reported was extensive (over the course of years) grief counseling and psychiatric treatment after loss of a close relative when I was quite young. I also had issues like minor childhood asthma, seasonal allergies, digestion troubles. I *never* ended up getting any airman certificates, only flying a few times with instructors, but now I find myself greatly interested and there would be obvious discrepancies between any form I submit now and that of ~15 years' past. Should I just give up on aviation or try to correct this somehow? I'm in good mental and physical health and I take zero medication (and haven't for years). Will they want to see my records from 15 years ago that no longer exist, if I were to require special issuance for prior childhood psych history? Thanks.