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  1. All, I was positive for COVID19 about six weeks ago. The VA had me tested at a local civilian medical facility. This medical group then had me do a couple surveys at 1 week, and 2 weeks after all issues resolved. Today I get a call asking if I will give blood so they can check for antibodies. I said I would and they said that I would get the results a couple weeks after and also a check for 50 bucks for participating. They also said that my results would be put in my medical records, (with that facility). Do you thing it would be beneficial, or not, to have them send those recor
  2. When I logged in ebenefits it shows they have reviewed the document they requested (C&P exam request). Now there is a new request for me this time. It says they are requesting my service medical records. I submitted all of these already when I submitted my claim online. Do I resubmit the documents I already submitted online? I have to request my C&P exam/ cray results since I dont have a premium account. Wouldn’t they have already reviewed my medical records before the exam? Not sure if this order of things is a bad sign or good sign about the way the claim is shaping. it lo
  3. Just looking for opinions about the burn pit/gulf war registry exam. I am taking both back to back fairly soon. I have filled out all the questionnaires but I am just wondering if I should bring my partial medical records. I have my Air Force records but I am missing my Army medical records...they never transferred over to the Air Force and I am still waiting on them. I am also missing I good chunk of my civilian medical records as my last doctor never forwarded them to me. I wonder if bringing the partial records only hurts any potential claims because they only paint half a picture at best.
  4. ALCON: please excuse any unintended etiquette breaking on my post. I stumbled on this forum yesterday while googling about a problem with UPS the VA and medication delivery (different issue, still angry, don't get me started). This forum is massive! I some difficulty navigating it but attempted to read pinned posts and follow rules. BLUF: I incurred an injury during service, I've been fighting to get it added to my claim. I'm currently at 90% and the injury is so significant it will push this to 100% (yes, I've done the VA math on this). What do you do when it keeps coming back "cannot f
  5. I have a question. As it stands I am currently at 80% but things have gotten so much worse for me physically. Well lets just say i just left the mental health clinic again after a two week stay. So i am considering filing to have some things service connected and recieve the other 80% i need to be at 100% Now it is my understanding that if i provide all of my medical records and nexus letters and other necessary items with my claim, that this can expedite the process. Is this true? Or is it easier/better to just let the va locate my records. In the past that normally took a year (t
  6. I'm new to the boards but have been stalking and gleaning all the wonderful information here for quite some time. First I'd like to say that I have searched and I have not found an answer to this question, but if there is another answer out there, please point me in that direction and I apologize for missing it. I recently had my Claim denied by the VA again. Under "Evidence Considered" there is no mention of my SMR or Service Treatment Records, I was wondering if that was normal. The other elephant in the room is that my electronic medical records from my time in the service
  7. So i am waiting on my C-File and this may or may not be in it. However I am trying to find information specific to a TBI eval i had a eyar after i got out. It does NOT show up in my Blue button VAMC info, etc. So it is not in the public(veteran) side of my health records. So in June i sent a Form 10-5345 to the Alaska VAMC to get my records (http://www.va.gov/vaforms/medical/pdf/vha-10-5345-fill.pdf) i got no response, not even the VA obligatory, "hey we got your request, mongo will work on it...no idea when he will get it done though, but sometime between Now and the Sun goes Supernova" S
  8. In hopes that this is the correct site, and this is the correct forum, upon permission from the site moderator I will post the tactics, methods, and stratagems that I have employed after being incorrectly labelled, and with malicious intent, a Category One Violent and Disruptive Patient. Commonly known as a Patient Record Flag (PRF). I have made extensive use of the Privacy Act of 1974, and the Freedom Of Information Act (FOIA), and stand ready to present the official documents verifying what you will not believe without documentation. You just will not believe it. The PRF in my case was
  9. I just received an email in response to a request for my in service records. To my surprise, I found that the only records related to my medical history in service are my entrance exam and the top sheet to my exit exam. The rest of the file is just SRB stuff. How does this effect my ability to provide proof of service connection for everything? Also, one more hitch is: I came home from Iraq in August 2003 and was discharged (on terminal leave) just a few weeks after my return. My EAS was 9-11-2013 (wierd I know), so that didn't leave much time to evaluate what was wrong with me. Either way
  10. I apologise for the length of this post, I've never been good at condensing information. A little information about myself first. My name is Joshua I'm 31 years old I'm an OEF/OIF Veteran I was honorably discharged from active duty Army in 2005 I have a PTSD and depression diagnosis by civilian doctor after a suicide attempt earlier this year. I'm now alcohol and drug free after years of abuse and self medication. I have many physical and mental problems which I attribute to military service. I Started my VA Claim 2 years ago yet it's somehow still in the gathe
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