I am currently in my 4th year of active duty and I have 3 years left until it is finally over. I have a number of health conditions including endometriosis, fibroids, recurrent ovarian cysts (large ones), pelvic adhesions, depression, and fibromyalgia and I am usually in a significant amount of pain. The gynecologic conditions have all be diagnosed surgically. I feel that I am generally mistreated by physicians practicing in the military setting and sent on my way with ibuprofen or printed advice on good sleep hygiene. I am not a malingerer but I wonder if doctors see cases like me and automatically label them as malingerers. Are doctors in the military so stressed out and incapable of caring that they feel that conditions like these warrant a 'get over it' attitude? The options I have been given so far include getting a total hysterectomy (I am still in my 20s, so I refused) and taking Motrin. What gives? I can barely run and anymore (by the way, I used to max my PT test) so this is not a cry to get a no PT profile. They won't even refer me off post. I have never asked for a medical discharge (or even hinted at one), but I am at the point that I think that I have no other choice. I am under so much stress in the military that I think that it is making everything even worse (my blood pressure is high, I've gained weight, and I am losing hair in spots). Any suggestions?