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This is reference for ED- not sure about the sleeping disorder. I'm sure someone else will be along to help.

b. SMC for Loss of Use of a Creative Organ Award SMC for loss of use of a creative organ if loss of erectile power is shown, with or without penile deformity.

Reference: For more information, see

• 38 CFR 3.350(a)(1)

• 38 CFR 4.115b, DC 7522, and

• M21-1MR, Part IV, Subpart ii, 2.H.39.

c. Evaluating Residuals of Multiple Sclerosis or Diabetes Mellitus When evaluating residuals of multiple sclerosis or diabetes mellitus, where loss of erectile power is shown but penile deformity is not present, grant service connection for loss of erectile power, rated with the disease process.

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