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Stretch last won the day on September 22 2014

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    In Memoriaum May 8, 1949 - July 2, 2015 HadIt.com Elder/Podcast
  • Birthday 05/08/1949

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  1. passs it on cards

  2. yes, it is pain two ask someonre their federal ID number etc., but this can be done ok.
  3. I went all through that a few weeks ago. I really have a weird password after talking to someone at e benies. It works good now.
  4. you can use PDF creator here: http://www.pdfforge.org/ All you have to do is print what ever document to the PDFCreator print function and save the PDF to you Desktop and then you can move it where ever you want. I have been using it for 3 years and it is great.
  5. If you are in Alabama I am worried. There are 10,000 claims in Ala. that are over a year. It just so happens that atlanta purged 10,000 claims from the system and was caught last week by a whistle blower. i hope the two are not connected. I had one contract doctor deny my nasal conditions. This doc was a real roamer who when from state to state. Later I got an IMO from the doctor who did my nasal operations in 1975 and 76. He was still alive and kickin. Dr. Shipiro remembers his surgery. I was award three 10% ratings from the VA for nasal conditions. This doctor cut the turbine
  6. I had a similar experience. I had a seizure of some sort. I couldn't even get up being put in an ambulance headed for the VA. The VA radiolgist said that it was gerd. I don't even have gerd. I spoke with a very good nurse, while in hospital, and told her that I have the right to be a part of my health. I told her that I had aneurysm surgery last year. I had a stroke a month ago, and that now I have had these seizures. I told her I wanted a cardio-vascular doctor. She got a real doctor who told me that this was not gerd at all and that it was C2 through C5 myolopathy. Now t
  7. I was going to knots since 1967. Back then there were no gates and no admission except for the rides. This is a great place to go if you are in SoCal.
  8. There has to be some kind of treatment that you recieved from service to present. You must have treated somehow even self-medicated could help? The Nexus is very important. These are important. Proof of treatment in service Current problem Nexus
  9. This doesn't work for me either. I made all of my NOD's without the form. Maybe it is different now. I think it is a VA problem though. http://www.va.gov/vaforms/form_detail.asp?FormNo=21-0958
  10. Welcome Hrizio. You are in the right place. No problem with the double post. Part of our rules say that if something bothers a person that the person should just move on. You will figure this all out if you keep reading. Hang in there. Semper Fi
  11. Think he means Big Brown Envelope. The new DM 5 has change some things so the doctor could be confused as to what is going on with the new system.
  12. First time I have ever heard of a sneeze causing a problem. I sneezed and like a deer shot through the heart I was paralized and down on the ground. Ambulance took me to the VA emergency. The neurologist said that it was gerd. I got so pissed and shoved the patients rights int there nose and said I wanted a regular cardio-vascular doctor to look at the findings because I had a stroke three weeks prior. The new doc told me it wasn't gerd at all, and that the paralisis was from the myelopathy and injury in my neck. I am going for the operation of screws and metal in the neck in a
  13. http://psychcentral.com/lib/can-you-benefit-from-emdr-therapy/00011926
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