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DozerDog posted a question in VA Disability Compensation Benefits Claims Research ForumHello all, I'm trying to find any female that was deployed to Afghanistan or Middle East during Operation Enduring Freedom 2002, that is now suffering from ovarian failure, early menopause or menstrual issues. I have been trying to file a claim for over a year due to the above issues with no luck. There is no medical documentation to prove my case. If there is anyone out there suffering from the same issues, or you know of anyone who could be, please get in touch with me. I have no family history of ovarian failure but managed to go through menopause by 35. Looking for help!
Researchers find evidence of DNA damage in Vets with Gulf War illness Share Tweet Share October 19, 2017 By Mike Richman Veterans Affairs Research Communications (Source: VA.gov) “Mitochondrial dysfunction among Veterans with GWI may help explain, in part, the persistence of this illness for over 25 years.” Researchers say they have found the “first direct biological evidence” of damage in Veterans with Gulf War illness to DNA within cellular structures … Continue reading
All, It is hard to believe that twenty-one years ago this month the U.S. and coalition forces began the air campaign to liberate Kuwait. We too, were Soldiers once and young……………. I am proud to call each and every one of you my brothers and sisters who answered the call to fight what was supposed to be the “mother of all battles”. I would like to start a thread for people to report updated symptoms that either you or a loved one who is a Gulf War Veteran are now experiencing. Perhaps it would also be good to at least list your major command and anything you may be able to think of regard