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I would like to know when I might expect a C&P exam for any or all of these. I would have thought C&P info would be needed evidence and be done at 'Gathering Evidence' stage.

Review of Evidence is explained as all evidence required has been provided (or words to that effect).

Current Status; REVIEW OF EVIDENCE, (Been stuck at this phase for 4 months.)

FDC Claim Began; 03/28/2013

Projected finish; 01/13/2014 to 07/19/2014

Increase for current 10% Sinusitus

PTSD Diagnosed by VA Phsyciatrist

Hearing Loss

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Your guess is as good as anyone else, but at least a VA shrink has said you have PTSD. Now you need to find a doctor who will opine on the severity of your PTSD if the VA low balls you. All these Ebenefits dates are just wild guesses. Are you getting treatment for PTSD at the VA now?

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Yes I am..I don't care for it though. It makes me feel much worse to puke up all that crap and remember it.

The file says 'Severe PTSD' on my annual Physical.

Anyone know why the C&P has not been done? Should it have been?

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No one can reply to this issue. Each claim is different worked by different Regional Offices.

Good luck and I hope it is sooner than later.

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Oh well..thank you anyway.

Like everyone else I am getting antsy and more worried as time goes by. I guess I should look at it as at least they didn't turn me down right away which may be a good sign.

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We all have been through the same thing.

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