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Did not have actual C&P exam. I was advised by VAMC C&P department that my record was reviewed by doc and he/she must have determined that an actual exam was not necessary (?????).

Additionally, PTSD claim was filed last year and according to the 800# rep, that is the one the C&P was scheduled for. I am so confused about what is going on. One rep said one thing, NSO said something else...now this person today is telling me the C&P packaged was returned on 01/22/09 and is now at rating board. The appeals are still in review with the DRO.

It was suggested I send an IRIS to get more specific info. But can the RO rate on a claim for PTSD without doing a C&P? I have been dx'd AXIS ! PTSD, MDD. I am in group therapy...have been over six months. Have monthly times with psychiatrist for med followup (at least for now because meds have been off). Had several tests performed. Have a copy of MH records with all this info in it and present GAF is 50.

I have no clue on any of it. Thought there was another site to post ?'s about MH claims. But can't find it. Can anyone tell me if it is likely to rate a claim without actual C&P based on the record?

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