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  1. Oh, wow! I have not actually received the decision yet. However, the TBI CP exam showed that the doctoe states no TBI. So you think don’t wait for denial letter, just put in for the correct diagnosis now? thank you!
  2. Wondering if anyone can offer info or advice i filled out a claim with my VSO in November. One thing I wanted to claim was a neck injury I had when the hatch of an Amtrak hit me in the head and knocked me out. I have head neck an upper back pain ever since. My VSO Put in the claim for TBI. Well I had a c & p for tbi and this came back as less likely than not (I never thought or mentioned TBI to VSO). Well when I had my gulf war registry exam around the same time they found I’m riddled with arthritis in my back and neck. So my question is will I have to put in a new claim for the arthritis, or will they connect it on there own even though it wasn’t entered that way... thank you!
  3. Thank you. I have chronic sleep impairment with sleep study in two weeks. Will keep you posted
  4. i looked up my C &. P exam for PTSD. One section states Occupational and social impairment due to mild or transient symptoms which decrease work efficiency and ability to perform occupational tasks only during periods of significant stress, or symptoms controlled by continuos medication does this sentence make it an automatic 10% or could the listed symptoms make the rating higher? symptoms listed are anxiety, suspiciousness, chronic sleep impairment, difficulty in establishing and maintaining effective work and social relationships, and difficulty in adapting to stressful circumstances (including work or a worklike setting thoughts? Thanks in advance!
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