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CHIEF915

Just Got A Copy Of My C&p Exams

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Just got copies of my C & P Exams from the records office at VA. If at all possible could I get some feedback as to what each of these may bring percentage wise? I am currently 90% and looking to get to 100%.

PTSD

Diagnosis: Axis I: Postraumatic stress disorder with depressive features. Axis II: None. Axis III: Physical Conditions. Axis IV: Health and Financial Difficulties. Tendency for social isolation. Axis V: 57 (I asked to be SC for this)

Essential Hypertension

Diagnosis: readings of 170/100 168/98 170/98 on continous medication (Asked for increase from 0%)

GERD

Diagnosis: GERD symptoms under control with constant medication. (I asked to be SC for this)

Internal bleeding hemorrhoids

Diagnosis: Internal bleeding hemorrhoids, verified by colonoscopy. On symptomatic treatment, Anusol HC. (Asked for increase from 0%)

Bronchial Asthma

Diagnosis: Treatment with albuterol Inhaler as needed. PFC tests 79% (Asked this be seperated from my sleep apnea and be rated by itself)

Plantar Faccittis

Diagnosis: Bilateral pes planus, mild degree. (Asked for increase from 0% due to orthodics not helping)

Neuropathy

Diagnosis: Diabetic neuropathy, moderate degree, affecting all extremities. (Asked to be SC for this)

Migraines

Diagnosis: Stress-related Headaches (Asked to be increased from 0% for migraines. I take Fiorcet and turned in a Migraine calander 2-3 a month)

Thanks in advance.

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Just got copies of my C & P Exams from the records office at VA. If at all possible could I get some feedback as to what each of these may bring percentage wise? I am currently 90% and looking to get to 100%.

PTSD

Diagnosis: Axis I: Postraumatic stress disorder with depressive features. Axis II: None. Axis III: Physical Conditions. Axis IV: Health and Financial Difficulties. Tendency for social isolation. Axis V: 57 (I asked to be SC for this)

Essential Hypertension

Diagnosis: readings of 170/100 168/98 170/98 on continous medication (Asked for increase from 0%)

GERD

Diagnosis: GERD symptoms under control with constant medication. (I asked to be SC for this)

Internal bleeding hemorrhoids

Diagnosis: Internal bleeding hemorrhoids, verified by colonoscopy. On symptomatic treatment, Anusol HC. (Asked for increase from 0%)

Bronchial Asthma

Diagnosis: Treatment with albuterol Inhaler as needed. PFC tests 79% (Asked this be seperated from my sleep apnea and be rated by itself)

Plantar Faccittis

Diagnosis: Bilateral pes planus, mild degree. (Asked for increase from 0% due to orthodics not helping)

Neuropathy

Diagnosis: Diabetic neuropathy, moderate degree, affecting all extremities. (Asked to be SC for this)

Migraines

Diagnosis: Stress-related Headaches (Asked to be increased from 0% for migraines. I take Fiorcet and turned in a Migraine calander 2-3 a month)

Thanks in advance.

Is anyone out there that may offer some advice on these?

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Its been a few days and I have gotten no responses. If anyone has experience with these items I had C & P's on please chime in.

Thanks.

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Hi CHIEF915,

I have read your earlier post.

Are you employed?

Do you receive Social Security Disability for your Axis 1 illness?

I see you are sitting on 90%.

Did the doctor state if you were or not employable?

I am again sorry, but what you have posted does not give me much to go on.

Betty

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