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They will be rated together. Make sure you have full and complete copies of your Medical Records when you leave. Most people who have PTSD or Panic Disorder also have Depression and of course panic attacks.

I have Panic Disorder and Major Depression with panic attacks and agoraphobia.

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If at all possible, see if you can have a sleep study done. Sleep apnea is one of the comorbid conditions associated with Soma Pain Disorder.

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If at all possible, see if you can have a sleep study done. Sleep apnea is one of the comorbid conditions associated with Soma Pain Disorder.

I have been diagnosed with OSA and prescribed a CPAP. I have a myrid of documented issues. One I have a question is a condition called malignant hyperthermia. It is not listed in the VASRD but is listed in DODI 1332.38 or .39. It is listed with a XX99 code that points to the endocrine system. How would something like that be rated? It is a genetic disease but the National Naval Medical Center pathologists could not find the gene defect.

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