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vetswifeIndy

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About vetswifeIndy

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    E-4 Petty Officer 3rd Class

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  • Location
    Indiana
  • Interests
    God, my wife and adopted 4yr. old little boy. Trying to stay healthy and live as long as I can to raise this little boy.

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  • Service Connected Disability
    100%
  • Hobby
    spending time with my family, listening to music, playing billiards.
  1. This is really some fantastic news, congratulations to you!!! VetswifeIndy
  2. Basser, yes Louisville VAMC is CITI. I will still be allowed to be treated at a local clinic, but my 5yr. old son won't. They don't treat anyone under the age of 18yrs. So sorry it is this way for you Navy 04. VetswifeIndy
  3. HOPE THIS IS THE RIGHT FORUM FOR THIS. WE TOOK OUR 5YR. OLD SON TO THE TRICARE/CHAMPVA CLINIC (we are ChampVA patients) IN LOUISVILLE, KY. FRIDAY TO SEE HIS DR. AFTER OUR VISIT WE WERE HANDED A PAPER THAT STATED. THAT PARTICULIAR CLINIC WOULD BE CLOSING AND TRICARE WOULD BE MOVED TO FT. KNOX, KY. ALSO THAT CHAMPVA PATIENTS UNDER THE AGE OF 18 WOULD NO LONGER BE SEEN AT A MILITARY MEDICAL FACILITY. WE WOULD HAVE TO SEEK PRIVATE DR. THIS IS ANOTHER PORTION OF DOWNSIZING OUR "GOVERNMENT WASTING" I GUESS??? (IN A SARCASTIC VOICE) I SAY, "THANK YOU GOVERNMENT OFFICIALS".
  4. Happy Valentine's Day everyone, VetswifeIndy and hubby hanging in there!
  5. Thanks everyone for your response, it is much appreciated. We had sort of started nail biting , we know how they can be at Regional. STILLHERE* his age is 66 and yes it was P&T. But his VSO told him Regional has 8 yrs. that they could come back and change that. Thanks again everyone, have a blessed day! VetswifeIndy
  6. Hello everyone, it's been quite awhile since I've posted on here, hope all is doing well. My husband had a pace maker/defribralator implanted 2 years ago, his EF was 23% at that time. He immediately received a 100% rating. His recent cardio appt. revealed his EF has improved, and is now between 45-50%. My question is, can regional reevaluate his claim and reduce the percentage due to the EF improvement? God bless, VetsWifeIndy
  7. VetswifeIndy and hubby still alive and waiting for warm weather, Thank you for your service.
  8. Vetswife & hubby still here. Taking advantage of our VA. home loan and purchased a house. Waiting to have a closing date. Everyone have a wonderful March, spring is on the way!!!!!
  9. Still here, waiting for warm weather :) VetswifeIndy
  10. Wonderful news PaPa! Relax and enjoy now. Thank you for your service. VetswifeIndy
  11. Present in Southern Indiana and enjoying the great 70 degree temps today! VetswifeIndy
  12. Thanks everyone for your input and advice. We will be getting records from VA MH Dr. to see exactly what the diagnosis is/was. My husband can't remember exactly, he knows they said PTSD & anxiety but, doesn't know what the doc put in records. He was on Celexa for years until heart problems got worse. Cardio doc thinks that is what caused his afib so they stopped it and put him on mirtazapine. We will continue on. VetswifeIndy
  13. Reasons for Decision 1. Service connection for anxiety disorder, NOS )claimed as post traumatic stress disorder. In order to establish service connection for posttraumatic stress disorder )PTSD), VA must have medical evidence supporting a clear diagnosis of the condition, credible evidence that the claimed in-service stressor actually occured and medical evidence a link between the current symptomatology and the calimed in-service stressor. If the claimed stressor is related to combat, service department evidence that the beteran engaged in combat or that the veteran was awarded the
  14. Congratulations to you! I'm sure this will be a big help in the raising of your children. Thanks for your service. VetswifeIndy
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