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Hello all, I am prior Army 2005-2010, Iraq 2007 and 2009. I am new here and have a question about your P&C appointment for mental health (PTSD). After leaving I felt really good, getting things off my chest and all. After a day of thinking about it, I feel there are some questions I should have answered differently. My memory is terrible and I blow alot of things off, to not worry about them again. Therefor, I feel I said no to a few questions that probably shouldve been yes. Anyways, did everyone go through this after the exam? Again, maybe its just my anxiety acting again, I was just curious if anyone else felt this way. I have Sleep Apnea and severe anxiety disorder diagnosed by the VA, I'm on a CPAP and take zoloft for anxiety. Thoughts/comments?

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It is a common "alpha male" response to deny anything is wrong even when things are very wrong....you even convince yourself that it's no big deal.

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You should file a claim for sleep apnea. Can't remember but I think tha Cpap will get 50%.

I just got an appointment with a psychologist. I requested one eight years ago. They are a little late for this one. I think these congressional hearing about people being put off is having some kind of effect.

There is always things that we wish we would have talked about.

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Sleep apnea with CPAP is 50%.

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