I'm asking this on behalf of the daughter of a friend of mine. She's received a 4 year Army ROTC and had her DoDMERB physical with several items that needed "remedials." The headache and allergy one I can help with, but.....the one regarding dysmenorrhea is a ?? to me. As a young teenage girl she has had painful and heavy bleeding during periods. To be on the safe side several years go her GYN did a laposcrapy to check for problems and everything came out normal. The doctor prescribed birth control pills to help with cramps, etc. Now the tricky part is that her doctor has retired and she has no way to get copies of his records. Should she just write a letter in response to the request for information about the dysmenorrhea? To be honest I don't know many girls or women who have not experiened this at least once in their life. Thanks for you help!!