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Berta

I continue to have high fasting glucose readings but the VA says my DMII is well controlled through diet and excercise. What diet? What exercise? I already filed a 1151 claim on this history of high glucose levels with no treatment or diagnosis. I finallly got SCed for this last July for 10%. Are not these high glucose levels evidence of my DMII being worse than just a 10% rating. I am going for a hearing in October regarding this.

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This one is a hoot at above site:

Gainesville VA Managers Have Two Nude Exotic Dancers Perform at VA Medical Center to Celebrate Manager's Birthday

The death claims are horrible and VERY costly to VA-

John- Make sure you support your claim with med recs as to your glucose levels- anything at fasting level above 130, any hyperglycemia in your med recs,- High tryglycerides, coupled with low cholestrol,

anything a doctor circled but did not explain, and be sure you bring to the hearing- the DMII VA Training letter-

(posted at hadit long ago) and also the actual VA rating criteria for DMII and its complications as found within 38 CFR.

I assume they are going to address the lousy rating and also your Sec 1151?

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This one is a hoot at above site:

Gainesville VA Managers Have Two Nude Exotic Dancers Perform at VA Medical Center to Celebrate Manager's Birthday

The death claims are horrible and VERY costly to VA-

John- Make sure you support your claim with med recs as to your glucose levels- anything at fasting level above 130, any hyperglycemia in your med recs,- High tryglycerides, coupled with low cholestrol,

anything a doctor circled but did not explain, and be sure you bring to the hearing- the DMII VA Training letter-

(posted at hadit long ago) and also the actual VA rating criteria for DMII and its complications as found within 38 CFR.

I assume they are going to address the lousy rating and also your Sec 1151?

Berta

I can't find the DMII training letter. Where is it posted? I had it in my documents but the computer crashed a while back.

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Berta,

Thanks for posting this link. Did you notice the case about the VA using independent contractors for medical staff? Does that have to be disclosed before treating a patient? What a surprise it must have been to the veteran who received such poor care.

Maybe we're blaming the VA for things it didn't do...it's all those darn independent contractors' fault. :rolleyes:

The veteran who filed that suit must have been so frustrated to find out that bit of information.

Carrie

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John when you say high fasting glucose what is it? What is your A1C?

When you get your glucose right you also will gain weight.

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