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    Good info from @broncovet Due to the wide ranging symptoms of every possible MH disorder, the DBQ is pretty much a catch all to cover everything.
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    Every exam is different depending on the medical evidence the examiner has available. So, it's hard to say exactly what they'll ask. If anything, the examiner has to ask about the symptoms that pertain specifically to you. Look at the page that has all the symptoms listed. Go over it and check the one's you know you have had and continue to have.
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    Oh yea...that's clear and unmistakable.
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    Voiding dysfunction: Rate particular condition as urine leakage, frequency, or obstructed voiding Continual Urine Leakage, Post Surgical Urinary Diversion, Urinary Incontinence, or Stress Incontinence: Requiring the use of an appliance or the wearing of absorbent materials which must be changed more than 4 times per day 60 Requiring the wearing of absorbent materials which must be changed 2 to 4 times per day 40 Requiring the wearing of absorbent materials which must be changed less than 2 times per day 20
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    Here are a couple of useful links that I've found about Voc Rehab that will be beneficial to anyone either entering the program or already enrolled: The first link debunks some myths about Voc Rehab: http://www.military.com/opinion/0,15202,210234,00.html The second link provides you with items that Voc Rehab will pay for as long as it benefits your education: http://www.disabledveterans.org/2012/01/19/va-buys-disabled-veterans-ipads-and-more/ From what I gather, pretty much anything that you can prove that would benefit you educationally could be authorized for purchase by the VA.
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