Everone's story is different, here's mine: About 18 years ago, at my wife's urging, I mentioned to my PCP that I was feeling irritable above what I thought was normal. PCP asked the usual questions about triggers (work stress) and what not and me not knowing any better, accepted the Rx for Celexa. Don't remember how long I took it, honestly. I never noticed a difference while on it (was told it was a low dose, but don't remember the mg). I stopped taking it, and instead focused on simply changing my attitude about the things I was getting upset about. About 10-11 years ago, the wife again urged me to go to the PCP and get back on the Celexa (work stress, again). Still not knowing any better, I had the PCP (a new one) write a new Rx for a low dose. Took it long enough to run out, but never renewed the prescription. Told the doctor I didn't think it was helping/making a difference--I just needed to learn to deal with bad situations like a big boy. She agreed, and that was that. Haven't taken it or any other AD since, but now that I'm in the beginnning stages of starting flight training, and learning about all the ways to get DQ'd, I'm nervous. I never have been one to keep copies of medical records, and honestly can't even remember the name of the doctors in question. If I disclose that I took the Celexa "once upon a time", I'm under the impression I have to prove when and why I'm no longer taking it, which is where my worry lies. I've switched doctors a couple times (two retired on me!), and since I haven't taken it in so long, I didn't even mention it to my current doctor. Am I worrying over nothing, or ....?