Hi, I have been stalking the medical board for a while now, trying to clue together a plan of action for myself, but I figured it would be a good idea to just come out here and ask for help. Let me give you the lowdown; I'm 20 years old, and I am at school, enrolled in the flight program. However, I've put off flying for a semester now as I've been trying to obtain my medical. When I went in for my test, everything was fine and dandy until we discussed my use of Zoloft, which got me deferred. As of writing this, I have been off of them for shy of 5 months, and have been doing great in school (3.6 GPA, all that). I got the SI process started with a HIMS specialist in my area, but I'm mainly just worried about the best way to go about this WITHOUT getting too involved in the HIMS program. I was on Zoloft since 2015 because my Father abused me. I have a cogscreen scheduled for about 20 days from now, but I'm really just wondering if this path I'm taking is the best one to take. I mean, I know the FAA isn't going to forget that I was on Zoloft, but considering I feel as if my depression has been treated, is there any better way to go about this? Or is it time to look for another aviation profession? Also, does anyone have an idea as to what could potentially happen if they don't receive all this info in time? Would I be able to re-apply for a medical down the road? Any response is appreciated! And hey, Happy New Year!