Hey all, From my online research, I'm worried about two red flags with my medical records that might bar me from ever flying. 1st: Is it possible to get a medical while taking Lamictal (or if I get off, having previously taken it) for seasonal depression? Official uses are to treat seizures and bipolar; however my doc prescribed it for my seasonal depression after unsuccessfully trying an SSRI. My understanding is that seizures and bipolar are what makes it a no-go for the FAA. However, if I could successfully make the case that Lamictal is prescribed for and treating my depression, could that work? 2nd: Will having taken ADHD meds (Intuniv and Ritalin) during the same time that I was taking either Lexapro or Lamictal also keep me on the ground? My research found that a history of 'multi agent drug use', meaning the use of psychiatric drugs while on an antidepressant is an absolute denial. Thanks in advance for any help. I have some other red flags that I am worrying about but I am still working with my doc to understand exactly what is on the records. Dr. Chien, if you stumble upon this, I would appreciate a comment, but I will also be contacting you via email once I get my medical records. I am just trying to make sure that I can put together all of the correct information to present my case.