Hello everyone, I had several questions regarding medical disqualifications in Army ROTC. I am on scholarship and I am an MSIII. I've had very severe period cramps for awhile now, they were bad before but were a bit more manageable, but they hinder my ability to perform in labs and go to classes. I was going to see an urgent care provider about this and get a note allowing me to miss a lab or class if need be. I think I might have dysmenorrhea but I am not sure but I am wondering if I can be medically disqualified for this. If I am not able to attend labs and classes now, who knows what can happen if I am actually on duty and have lives on the line. I am not sure who to talk to about this and what the process is. I have tried to treat this myself by diet and exercise and was told to take birth control. But since my mom's side of the family had cancer and most have died, I was prevented from taking it as bc can cause cancer. And it seems that none of this has helped me. I also suffer motion sickness from being on a boat. I was wondering if this was medically disqualifying as well. And if I get medically disqualified for this, will I have to pay everything back? It's not something I can treat as I've tried everything. I may even have endometriosis but I have not been able to afford treatment for it. I am finding out most of this currently. Any help is appreciated.