So I should probably know this, but honestly I do not and do not know where to ask without judgement. I have been in the Air Force for 16 years, and have faced and won many medical evaluations. I was always under the impression that life was over if I was medically retired. However as I near the end of my career, I no longer care as much about money, and more so about my health. The past several years, after a severe concussion at work, I have faced Meneires type vertigo, along with ringing in my ears. The past year I have started feeling dizzy and nausea all of the time, and the past month it has gotten unbearable. I have a visit with a specialist coming up, however that has taken months to get. I have left work early several time the past month (I am in a position with good troops under me who work with me, even though I feel I am letting them down), due to simply not being able to focus at work and feeling so sick that i cannot even sit at my desk. My PCM seems to not want to help me figure it out, and the clinic is booked 2 to 3 weeks in advance, with no sick call appointments unless you are a flyer. My question is, if this does not get better, sitting at work and letting my Airmen down is not a viable option, what do I do in the meantime. This is not a suck it up and keep moving foward situation like before, it is severe enough that I cannot pay attention at work. And no, I am not milking it, which is why I keep coming in and doing everything I can to keep going.