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hay all, thats for making all this info for veterans seeking info!!!!

i filed a calim for ptsd, tinnitis, pain in hands/arthritis, and headachs. i was in iraq during oifII, was in the infantry and awarded the cib. i have gone through the va system and was refered to a nerologest for possible mild tbi and to mh with ptsd, and a speech therapist. i saw several ppl in the mh unit, and after seeing 3 ppl, it was ultamitly said that i didnt have ptsd. i wetn back to my nerologist for my bi-monthly check up, and he was kind of surprised witht the diagnosis, and urged me to go back i havnet had time due to work. i continue to work wotht the nerologist but dont have the time for the speech therapist. i was also told by someone who works at the va, who also has sc, that they wont even concider you if u dont have a diagnosis. but yet i have a cnp exam in less then 2 weeks now. will that hurt or help my rating? also if my current dd214 dosent have cib under the awards section, can that hurt? or can they look that up. i can get my old co to verify that i was awared it. respond if wouild like...mahlo for reading.....aloha nui

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