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Iu Mostly Approved For What Disabilities?


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Just curious, I understand many things about IU, but wonder - are there are some 'major' conditions that IU seems to be more likely approved for? Diabetes, cardiology, lumbar, etc?

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Mine was approved for PTSD.

How did you did it? I have PTSD, and they have included in it, dementia-memory loss, depression, anxiety and I do not remember what else, I would have to check my paperwork.

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If you can't work due to a service connected disability no matter what it is you should get it. Alex Humpfrey won 100% on a 10% for a defective sphincter muscle or a guy who could not control bowels.

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