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C@p Exam For Hearing Loss

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I filed for claim of hearing loss,not tinnitus didnt even no what this ringing in my ears was until, I joined hadit. So I was wondering when I go to c@p exam what should I do.

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I filed for claim of hearing loss,not tinnitus didnt even no what this ringing in my ears was until, I joined hadit. So I was wondering when I go to c@p exam what should I do.

I'm sorry, but I'm having trouble understanding. Do you have a C&P scheduled, and if so, what indicates to you that it is for tinnitus as opposed to hearing loss?

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yes i have one scheduled may 13,and i looked on internet to see what it was and pcp also told me last month that is called tinntius sorry for misspelling.

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Talk to the C&P examiner about it.

There are several things that can cause recurrent Tinnitus.

What do you think happened on active duty to produce your Tinnitus ?

carlie

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Talk to the C&P examiner about it.

There are several things that can cause recurrent Tinnitus.

What do you think happened on active duty to produce your Tinnitus ?

carlie

actually, carlie, i think he's saying that he filed for hraring loss and, instead, they have him down for a tinnitus c&p.......sorry foe my typing but i'm "one-handed" due to the parson's terrier sleeping in my lap.

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