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I filed for PTSD by MST back in September 13. They were giving me the run around about missing paperwork and stuff. This after confirming twice with them if they received it and they said yes. Well 2 weeks ago, after giving me another BS story I wrote a nasty email to them on Ebenefits via IRIS and stated I'm going to contact my congressmen for all the BS and lies they keep on feeding me. I received two brown envelopes this week...one to sign and return some paperwork and the second for a Mental eval with a civilian Dr! Do you all think it's my C and P exam? I sure hope so. Looks like my email worked! I have been diagnosed with MDD and PTSD and anxiety by a VA psychologist. Hopefully I get compensated...thank you all for your help and the guidelines on VetWow

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It should say if the exam is a C&P exam. They may have just referred you out because of your having to wait for treatment. However, I would make sure I get to that exam or appointment. Did the letter come from your VARO? They make the C&P exams. Your VA hospital makes regular treatment referrals.

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You can also go on Ebenefits and look under "exams" and it should say on there if it's a C&P or not. Or you could just call the 1 800-number and ask them if it's a C&P or not. Or call your VAMC and ask them what the exam is for.

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I am new on this site and not very computer savy , i had a c&p exam for PTSD last year under the DSM-IV where the examiner stated that i met criterion A but did not meet the full criteria for PTSD, In my SMR's it show's were i was seen in triage for Head trauma due to an assault pior to the assault i was seen and diagnosed with a personality disorder, the exam states that my mental disabilities are due to bipolar disorder, Anxiety,depression,panic attacts,cronic sleep impairment,suspiciousness,none of these was present untill after the assault during this time i had a couple of UCMJ's and was addresed for below par preformance, so my claim is that these disabilities arose from the assault will they order a mental exam under the DSM-V, since social security has found me 100% disabled for these issues i am currenty at the VBA awaiting a decision my case has moved 4 times this month if that means anything and these issues has not been addresed concerning an opinion concerning nexus

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