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  1. I read the C&P exam report and I'm more terrified now than ever. It was less than 30 minutes long, I barely got any information out during that time as I was under duress, and now reading the report she checked the block for 50% : Occupational and social impairment with reduced reliability and productivity Does this mean they can actually LOWER my rating instead of raising it? If my psychiatrist checked total impairment but the CP exam differs, what happens now? I feel like it's guaranteed I'll get denied now and maybe even reduced which would devastate me completely. Am I going to be okay?
  2. It's not that I don't know what to say I'm afraid I'm going to freeze up in there it took me years to get comfortable with my doctors and my NSO said you have to be open and honest but I'm too scared to be open I can't stop crying I don't want to go but I can't back out now he said I just want to stay home I have no one to help me
  3. I served in the Army and got out in 2010. I was granted a 70% rating for adjustment disorder. My doctors have been suggesting I try to get it increased to 100%, so I've started that process. I did a DBQ with my psychiatrist and took it to the DAV. He said it looked good and I shouldn't have an issue getting to 100%. Now the VA is calling me for a C&P exam at a hospital I've never been to, to see a doctor I've never met and I'm beyond horrified. I have to go to this appointment in 2 hours and I'm shaking in my office scared to leave the house. I'm terrified they're going to lower my rating or deny my claim. I don't know what to do. I don't know what to expect. I don't know what to say. Can anyone help me? Give me some advice at all? I'm so xxxxxxx scared.
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