Hello all, I've come on here to seek some advice on an issue that has arisen with my participation in the Army ROTC program. I am a Junior/ MS3, I've already been to Camp at Ft. Knox because I am a Nursing Cadet. During a PT test 2 months ago I began having severe chest pain and passed out and went to the ER. I have been undergoing cardiac testing and treatment with a cardiologist since then. I have no major arrhythmia except for random PVC's upon exertion (stress test). My stress test also showed that I had extremely uncontrolled hypertension from an unknown cause (at this point), I peaked at 240/80 with a HR of 204 during the test, it was stopped due to painful pressure in my chest. My doctor was very concerned with the readings and started me on a beta-blocker. I have an echocardiogram-stress test coming up later this month. Cadet Command has grown impatient for medical data and I had to turn in everything I had thus far, minus the stress echo, for medical determination for possible retention. Would anyone be able to tell me the probability of being disenrolled due to a diagnosis of uncontrolled hypertension with just initiated antihypertensive therapy, and atypical chest pain? Also, if I am told I have to disenroll, will I have to pay back my scholarship up to this point? I'm just worried it could go either way and any feedback is greatly appreciated.