I was diagnosed with inappropriate sinus tachycardia in 2017. Started beta blockers and the meds royally messed me up. Due to do the side effects, I was late to work a total of 3 times. I called my super each time and we'll in advance. I was also never more than 15 minutes. My SSgt said it was no big deal and he understood the meds were brutal. There is one particular MSgt who hates my guts (still not sure what I did) and he wrote me an LOR for those three dates then falsely made up two extra dates (which I had proof was false) yet I was still given the LOR and a UIF to top it off. I failed my recent PT test due to a fall at work (fluid) and my heart ( i was on a profile for 7 months ans they randomly tool me.off of it and have me less than 3 weeks to re-train). They are now pushing to discharge me with a general under honorable (supposedly). My heart has not gotten better. I keep passing out randomly and my chest pains have not subsided. The doctor who diagnosed me in 2017 ran very few tests but keep in mind is also a Reserve Major. He left suddenly earlier this year so I got a different cardiologist. He said he wanted all kinds of tests done and was shocked my previous cardiologist didn't order them sooner. Turns out that on top of the IST, I have neurocardigenic syncope which is causing my blackout spells. I have blacked out several times at work over the past 2 years. My PCM on base laughed when I mentioned MEB. So that's out. But the entire reason that my file has gotten tarnished (all within one year, I've been in for 3) is medical reasons. I don't want to leave in the first place, but now I know I'm no use to them. And now they threaten to take my 9/11. My education means so much to me. I'm in school now and have a 4.0 GPA. Cardiologist says a pacemaker is highly possible and I may not be able to drive anymore. Can I fight this discharge?