I am 22 year old male working in army now. I am born with asthma and I remember I was admitted to the hospital many times. With my growth, asthma attacks declined, but went back in my teens. I had very miserable nights in my teens. As a child, I used nebulaizer and moved to inhaler when I was at 13. At 17, I started to smoke and after that I was admitted to the hospital two times in a year. But at the age of 20, my asthma stopped even though I am smoking. I joined the army with needs of a lot of physical work. I have to walk or run two miles within 16 minutes. I don't know how I get through the training period. I really need to check the status of my asthma before choosing my career. I strongly believe that my asthma is gone. I did not have any asthma attack in the past five years. I did many heavy duties without any respiratory problems. I went to the gas chamber almost in every year for training. I did many researches on this subject, but saw nothing that helps to check whether I have asthma or not. My asthma is gone like an Arabian myth. Can I trace my asthma? I quit smoking recently and contradictory is that I was smoking in the past five years. I used marijuana many times in that period. By medical science, I have to get more attacks but I have not. I am so desperate and need your answers please.