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LadyJetMech

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About LadyJetMech

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    E-2 Recruit

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  • Military Rank
    SSgt/E-5
  • Location
    Texas

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  • Service Connected Disability
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  • Branch of Service
    Air Force
  1. I have several conditions that originated in the military (1984 to 1995). They are documented in my military medical records. In the last 23 years, I have moved about 20 times. I have no way of remembering what civilian doctors I have seen over the years. Some conditions I never went to a civilian doctor for because the military blew off my complaints, so I didn't know there was testing and treatment available (for example, frequent urination, bruxism, TMJ, tonsil hypertrophy (possibly causing recently diagnosed sleep apnea) are just a few conditions I have my military medical records, but never complained a civilian doctor until 20 years later, even though I suffered all along. Does the fact that I don't have medical conditions from my military medical records treated for 20 years mean that they can automatically deny service-connection? Do I have to prove medical treatment throughout the 24 years since I separated even if it was the same condition in my records that I am now being treated for?
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