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68mustang

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  1. Broncovet, Berta, and Vync Thank you all for your helpful response and will take your advice.
  2. I was diagnosed with TMJ back in 1986 on the outside, not by the VA. I am now being being compensated 50% depression-anxiety and 10% tinnutis by the VA. My TMJ has gotten worse and I am having problem with my jaw on both sides. I recently found out through reading that TMJ can be aggravated by depression and anxiety. I have been thinking of filing a secondary claim for the aggravation of my TMJ due to the depression and anxiety. Anyone out have any input on my filing a secondary claim for the condition I mentioned? And has anyone ever filed a claim for TMJ and a secondary claim for aggravation
  3. The following web site has info from the National Academies contract with the VA on hearing loss. http://www.nap.edu/catalog.php?record_id=11443 68mustang
  4. I also was denied several times since 1989. I finally went to an ENT doctor who wrote up a letter stating that my hearing loss and tinnitus were due to military jobs that I did during my enlistment. I also provided the VA with a list of jobs I did since I got out in 1971. None of the jobs were of the type that had any hazardous noise exposure. Plus I also had my wife write a buddy letter stating that the jobs I had listed were jobs that I had worked on after I got out of the military. I also got in touch with some of my military buddies and they also wrote buddy letters for me. They wrote abou
  5. Did anyone else receive a letter from the VA with a survey to fill out from the Million Veteran Program: A Partnership with Veterans? The letter states VA's MVP program ia national, voluntary research program. And that it is designed to help researchers better understand how genes affect health and illness, with the goal of improving health care for Veterans. It also includes completing a one-time study visit to provide a blood sample for genetic analysis at a participating VA Medical Center. Just like to know if anyone else got a letter like mine. 68mustang
  6. I often wondered about the effects of having worked with JP5 in the boiler room while cleaning boiler equipment. I got out of the Navy in 1971 my end of enlistment medical exams showed no heart problems. In 1982 I was diagnosed with a heart murmur that doctors say is hereditary. The type of heart problem I have is hyertrophic cardiomyopathy and doctors say that it runs in some families. I have checked with family members and no one recollects anyone having this same problem within the family. The heart problem did not show up prior to my enlistment and has been of great concern to me and my f
  7. Bottomline is that you have fellow shipmates give you buddy statements placing you at the scene. Official documents will also help. Those things will go a long way in proving your stressors. 68mustang
  8. Hope this help it is a previous post here on hadit. I found out a JSRRC review had been done on my stressors. when I requested a copy of my C-file and a copy of the JSRRC review of my stressors was there. My stressors were confirmed in the review. What you need to find out is whether a JSRRC review was done to confirm your stressors. 68mustang
  9. Have you tried to get buddy letter detailing what happened and verifying you were there at the time of the incidents? Did anyone keep copies of letters you sent home in which you described what happened? Did you get copies of performance ratings that show a decrease in your performance during the time in question? Are there any copies of request for transfers? 68mustang
  10. I have not heard or seen a list of the ships as you mentioned. There are list of ships exposed to Agent Orange and list of ships infested with asbestos. 68mustang
  11. I found the following previous post by others here on hadit. Remember that hearing loss and tinnitus are two different issues. 68mustang
  12. Got my return call this morning. However the call came in at 10:45 AM Central Time it was suppose to be at 11:45 AM. Guess one has to take into consideration that the call center is working on Eastern Time? 68mustang
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