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C&p Exam Results?


tpetrijr

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Hello everyone. I am a combat vet and have recently went for my C&P exam for PTSD. I am curious as to what you all think these results may mean.

Axis I : Chronic Posttraumatic Stress Disorder

Axis II : None

Axis III : None

Axis IV : Psychosocial Stressors: Social Problems

Axis V : GAF Score is 48, reflecting the impact of posttraumatic stress disorder on his social and marital functioning

Any insight would be appreciated.

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Well, from what you have indicated (and please bear in mind that PTSD is not one of the things that I know much about as far as how the VA rates it, percentage wise), it would appear that you, with your DSM and GAF, have a "shoe-in" for a PTSD rating. What % it will be, as I said, I have no idea.

I know that I received 70% with my GAF score of 45, but, of course, the GAF score was not the ONLY thing that got me the 70%, just one of the things.

Are you working?

If not, have you filed for Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI)?

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