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madog31

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About madog31

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    E-2 Recruit

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    http://www.TrueAmericanVeteran.com

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  • Service Connected Disability
    80%
  • Branch of Service
    Navy
  • Hobby
    Woodcrafting, Fishing
  1. USN 2/1979-12/1980. My question, beginning in service I have had near daily headaches. At least three or four times a month they result in throbbing, pulsating and radiating migraine that results in my missing work and staying home in bed in a dark and quiet room, sometimes for hours and sometimes for up to three days. They are diagnosed and treated through the VAMC, however they are not SC. One day when talking to my PCP about waking daily with a headache, she asked about my sleep and ordered a sleep study I have OSA and was put on a CPAP machine. This cut down on the daily wake-
  2. I'm SC for IBS and have other abdominal issues. I'm going in for a C and P exam shortly to have my abdominal issues looked at and re-evaluated. My intestinal and IBS issues send me to the restroom, on occasion, 2 or 3 times per day, but usually at least once per day. These restroom visits frequently keep me on the can 30 minutes or more. My question is, my work is office type and is productivity based and I have minimums I'm supposed to hit each week. When I'm not stuck in the bathroom, I have no problem meeting my production goals, but when I'm spending so much time stuck on the bowl
  3. I had infant asthma with all signs and symptoms of asthma gone by the time I was 9 or 10 years old. On my pre-enlistment questionnaire, I marked I that I had had asthma (question says do you have or have you had) I had it as a kid and it was gone. I enlisted in the Navy in 1979 and based upon all the research I have been able to find, with any history of asthma, I don't think I should have been allowed to enlist. I have my service records and they are silent of any respiratory testing to enlist. The best I understand is they accepted me with a presumption of soundness. I had not had an
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