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Good Morning!

Its a good day today. I don’t have a migraine... God willing I did not speak toooo soon as it is only 9 something in the morning.

I would like to send off my NOD today. But it looks like I have some work ahead of me. I am looking at alot of the previous post and see that I have to tell the VA "why they are wrong".

Hmmmmmmmmm I guess I am correcting their work for them.

Ok

So I’m rated at 30% for migraines. The reason they said that its not warrant for 50% is because they are not prostrating, or frequent enough and it does not effect my ability to work.

I’m not working now and have not been. What do I need to state in my NOD.

The migraines are coming more frequent. Hell 99% of migraines are prostrating for me. I cant do anything when I have them but throw up and sleep or 3 or days.

I feel like this is a partime job just trying to deal with the VA and the paperwork and it gives me a headache just dealing with them.

I heard that it’s taking about 3-5 years for approvals from the NODs?

Do I need to submit medical documents at the time with the NOD? Because they may want to do another exam anyway?

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First off, don't go by anything you "hear." Appeals can take anywhere from 6 months to years, depending on their workload and on the evidence submitted. I feel you should submit any probative evidence you may have, as soon as possible, as it could expedite and win your claim. jmo

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Good Morning!

Its a good day today. I don’t have a migraine... God willing I did not speak toooo soon as it is only 9 something in the morning.

I would like to send off my NOD today. But it looks like I have some work ahead of me. I am looking at alot of the previous post and see that I have to tell the VA "why they are wrong".

Hmmmmmmmmm I guess I am correcting their work for them.

Ok

So I’m rated at 30% for migraines. The reason they said that its not warrant for 50% is because they are not prostrating, or frequent enough and it does not effect my ability to work.

I’m not working now and have not been. What do I need to state in my NOD.

The migraines are coming more frequent. Hell 99% of migraines are prostrating for me. I cant do anything when I have them but throw up and sleep or 3 or days.

I feel like this is a partime job just trying to deal with the VA and the paperwork and it gives me a headache just dealing with them.

I heard that it’s taking about 3-5 years for approvals from the NODs?

Do I need to submit medical documents at the time with the NOD? Because they may want to do another exam anyway?

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Good Morning!

Its a good day today. I don’t have a migraine... God willing I did not speak toooo soon as it is only 9 something in the morning.

I would like to send off my NOD today. But it looks like I have some work ahead of me. I am looking at alot of the previous post and see that I have to tell the VA "why they are wrong".

Hmmmmmmmmm I guess I am correcting their work for them.

Ok

So I’m rated at 30% for migraines. The reason they said that its not warrant for 50% is because they are not prostrating, or frequent enough and it does not effect my ability to work.

I’m not working now and have not been. What do I need to state in my NOD.

The migraines are coming more frequent. Hell 99% of migraines are prostrating for me. I cant do anything when I have them but throw up and sleep or 3 or days.

I feel like this is a partime job just trying to deal with the VA and the paperwork and it gives me a headache just dealing with them.

I heard that it’s taking about 3-5 years for approvals from the NODs?

Do I need to submit medical documents at the time with the NOD? Because they may want to do another exam anyway?

Before you submit your NOD you can post it here -

along with what new/additional medical evidence you are submitting.

Members can look it over - give you a heads up on any pitfalls they

might see - and other members will also learn and benefit from this.

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