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thrill101

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  1. What to look for in a c and p exam for Migraines? Also, for the other two, they should be service connected since they were diagnosed as secondary to both conditions....vasovegal episodes and severe gerd condition....your help and reply would be appreciated. Thank You!
  2. pwrslm (Chief), these diagnoses were when I was on active duty. There was notes from my Service Medical Records. It was lD'd before I was discharged. I was discharged from active duty "97. The C and P examiner did a Gulf War Exam("17), and determined, Direct Service Connection for Migraines. And, two other conditions secondary to conditions I'm already service connected for, now. I have submitted claims in, for all of them. I am presently 80%. Thank You for your Help. God Bless.
  3. Okay, Thank You Chief... Should I File on this...? EROSIVE GASTRITIS of the GASTRIC CARDIA is a Secondarily Service Connected Condition as a result of Service Connected HIATAL HERNIA, within the my Gastoresphoageal reflux disease (gerd)...Rationale: Service treatment records via VBMS, Civilian Treatment Records, Laboratory reports via VBMS AND CPRS as well Examiners Clinical Experience Should I file on this....? Vasovegal syndrome causing syncopal episodes-12 Times per year affecting employability is a secondarily caused service connected condition...Rationale: Service Tr
  4. So If the compensation and pension examiner diagnose you with a condition, you can file on it? Like, the Migraine diagnoses, the rationale should say what..."servere economic adaptability"...it says that on my c and p exam!
  5. So let me understand, if i am already service connected for a condition, I can file a claim that is secondary to that service connected condition? Please Help me understand? Both of these conditions I will file a claim on. Any suggestions?
  6. Yes, the C and P examiner gave a rationale for both of the conditions citing service medical records (smr) and his years of practice in medicine....my exam took nearly three hours. Yes Ma'am, I'm still working, because I have a family to support. But, working in the sun all day and migraine headaches don't mix....Thank You for your reply!
  7. Looking up the actual remedy for Migraines and Headaches is 38 cfr Part 4.....you will see how Va rates your claim accordingly to severity. Good Luck and God Bless America.
  8. Hello fellow Veterans, I am trying to figure out, if I can pursue a couple of service connection claims, that I was examined for during my C and P exam/ Persian Gulf exam. The first one is Esophageal Conditions: It states EROSIVE GASTRITIS OF THE GASTRIC CARDIA IS A SECONDARILY SERVICE CONNECTED CONDITION AS THE RESULT OF SERVICE CONNECTED HIATAL HERNIA. Do I file a claim for this diagnosis from my C and P exam/ Persian Gulf Exam? This was the diagnosis from the C and P examiner! Second One is for MIGRAINES....The Opinion was MIGRAINE HEADACHES IS THE DIRECT RESULT OF GULF WAR MILITARY SE
  9. Hello comrades, I need information on how do I pursue getting a upgrade to my Ptsd service connection granted, when my VA mental health doctor wrote two letters diagnosing with Chronic Ptsd and  I am Unemployable, but VA , I believe missed it on the letter prepared and written by the VA Doctor. At this point, what should I do with the two letters?

  10. Update: I received a phone call from the regional office in St. Petersburg, florida with an apology and that my claim was being expedited asap. And then not believing none of that, I looked at my ebenefits webpage and it is true, I am 90% now. My lawyer called me affirming that my retro would be coming in days. You know he is thrilled too. So the email to the Honorable undersecretary is valid and it could turn your situation around instantly. I BELIEVE. Hadit.com, is the BEST. Information on this website is on point!
  11. Does any one know if you are 90% and in school voc rehab, and I could I file for TDIU if my condition is mental and my va doctor says I am unemployable? Could I apply for SSI also?
  12. Mikemmlj, Good question. I have to wait and see, when I get my award letter breaking everything down my percentage. When it said, "Reopening of the claim for generalized anxiety disorder and panic disorder, is granted." I was 50% and now I'm 90% due to my PTSD. I am waiting to see if I am tdiu eligible. Do anyone think I have a case?
  13. Remember vets, NO SOLDIER LEFT BEHIND, and I am a witness that if you use the advice from this website, you will be looking pretty good, if you have won your appeal and you need the right information, to get action. Well, this is the one to check out and tell all vets, that have pending appeals backdated for years. I won my appeal and took the advice given to me, and now I am 90% and looking for an increase. This website isn't for Ultimate Fighting rants. Remember, we are all working to get what has been selfishly held back from us, Our service-connection Award. Respectfully, thrill101
  14. Update; Good evening comrades, I looked at my ebenefits' account today in the VA letters section and to my amazement I am now 90%. Wow, and just think I only been on hadit.com for just under a week, and got perfect information, to pursue my due award from winning my appeal back in July 2014. I am truly grateful for the information from everyone on hadit.com website. Now, for anyone, who is struggling to get their voice heard, go to Thadine on this website and get an early Christmas gift. All can say is WOW! Respectfully, thrill101
  15. Well said Thadine....Its time to clean the vba act up. I believe!
  16. I would like to say, to all, please do your research on hadit.com, because it is the best resource for pinpoint information. I can say, I emailed the Madam Undersecretary Hickey the other morning, thinking this was all non-sense. But, that evening I received an email from Madam Undersecretary herself. Now, if you don't believe she is on the job, answering emails and directing her employees to resolve the issues asap. Well, just email her for yourself. It is real and she is serious! A special THANK YOU to hadit.com and all vets and especially Thadine, for the advice, to email the Undersecretary
  17. free_spirit_etc, It is July 2014 is when I received the big yellow envelope from the bva stating I had won my appeals. Thanks for your reply. I haven't received a letter from the regional office yet, like you stated. My regional office is in St. Petersburg, Florida. Yes, it has been 7 months and no letter. I am waiting until the end of February 2015. Then I will need to seek some kind of divine or legal help at the regional office. I will talk to my lawyer and see what kind of options we have, in my situation. Thank you and God Bless You and All Veterans. Respectfully, Gulf War Veteran t
  18. I hear you. I have been waiting for seven months for a letter from the regional office in St. Petersburg, Florida. I had my bva hearing back in April 2014, and got the brown envelope, July 2014 and still waiting to hear something from the VA. My patience has gotten thin now. My appeal is online bva decisions. Wow, will I get a answer soon? Timeline November 2008 Appeal started April 2014 BVA hearing July 2014 Received brown envelope/ won appeal February 2015 Still waiting on regional office to send me my award letter Can someone help me out. What is my recourse
  19. Hello comrade's I was looking for a answer about my appeal I won back in July 2014. Who can I make contact with, or should wait a little while longer? I haven't heard from the regional office in St. Petersburg, Florida yet. Up until now it has been seven months now. I hope I will hear something soon. I pray this week. My appeal started back in November 2008. I had my hearing April 2014, then received the big brown envelope July 2014. Could any one tell me what should I do next for my situation with the VA regional office? Respectfully, Gulf War Veteran thrill101
  20. I won my appeal. But I see that I have to wait and see what the end is going to be. It truly easier said than done these days. But hold on and know that the hardest part is winning your claim, and you have done that. Gulf war veteran thrill101
  21. That is Great news! You have to wait,hopefully, not long. Your award retro should be in the bank soon. Keep looking up! Gulf war Veteran thrill101
  22. I hope for all, the claims or appeals land in a ex vet hand or a very caring person, who has a heart for helping and not hindering veterans from getting their due va rewards. Keep working and working, until you get what is suppose to be awarded for your service to this Great Country. I won my appeal back in July 2014 for ptsd and panic disorder and I am still waiting to hear from the regional office now. It has been seven long months. Is the road close to the end? I pray and hope so! Me and my wife and kids could use some good news for a change. And many other vets out there could too. Gul
  23. I won my appeal for Entitlement to Ptsd and panic attack disorder. And won a reopening for a claim on generalized anxiety disorder and panic. I received my yellow envelope back in July 2014. My original claim date is November 2008 and the reopening claim award goes back to 2006. Again, I also would like to know what does this statement means from the BVA stating, " a full grant of benefits sought be award." Anyone can help me understand the lingo by the bva? I AM STILL WAITING FOR A RESPONSE FROM THE REGIONAL OFFICE, THIS IS MY SEVENTH MONTH. I Need help with this and one day I want to return
  24. Thank You Moderator for welcoming me to Hadit.com and to all my fellow veterans, let us fight the good fight! Well, to answer your question Gastone, my appeal I won was for PTSD and Panic Attacks Disorder. I received my yellow envelope back in July 2014. My claim started back in November 2008. Like I stated previously, I haven't heard from the regional office in St. Petersburg, Florida at all. It has been seven months and counting. Oh, I forgot to mention that I also was granted reopening of a claim for generalized anxiety disorder and panic attacks from 2006. What does that mean for me? The s
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