I have been having issues with my heart since 2019. SVT caught on EKG requiring cardioversion, suspected to be the WPW/AVRT type. Exercise induced palpitations, as well as syncope and collapse. Because of this I had a RILO and was returned to duty with an ALC-C2 and remained on a strict duty profile for a year and I extended my contract. Here I am one year later being contacted by a PEBLO and undergoing a full MEB. I already have a confirmed normal separation date in April after 5 years of service, would they perhaps just say I’m not worth their time tell me I’m fit and separate me normally? Also, an ablation could solve my issue but I continue to decline the procedure which my PCM writes as “refusing to follow medical advice.” I remain on beta blockers. What effect will this have on the decision of the board? My CC’s statement says I should not be retained, and when speaking to my doctor about it he is also in agreement that I shouldn’t be retained. When I went to the MEB briefing with the base PEBLO’s I was informed that 95% of cases that make it this far usually get something out of it but after doing my own research I’m not so sure. I don’t want to sit here for months thinking I’ll be getting a severance or medical retirement and then just end up way past my original DOS with nothing.