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I am 100% for PTSD and 30% Sinusitus and 10% Hearing currently 100% T&P.

Wondering wheather or not I must quit my job? I called Human Resources and was told I do NOT have to. All the Employer needs to know is that I am 30% or more.

Do I risk being re-evaluated for PTSD if I continue to work?

My Employer has been very kind and allowed me to make my own schedule and work alone completely so it is easier to take it. But, I would really like to retire from the stress and politics of work after 50 years I am totally fed up with the whole working thing anyway.

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Was the 100% an extraschedular award?

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No,I don't think so, it was seperatly mentioned from the Sinusitis and the Hearing loss and did not say extraschedular anywhere.

I don't feel like justifing my 100% to others it is very painful to think about all that again.

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