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Hello my name is jay. I'm new to this site I come up here everyday. I did the bdd quick start program. I don't have a dav rep or anyone do you think i should get one ?? I submitted my claim April 11 2014. I did all my exams. I was recently diagnosed with ptsd. I guess I filed a claim for it over the phone. It's showing on e be no fits but I haven't received an c&p exam for it. I only did a regular c&p exam. I just have appointments with the vet center for ptsd. I don't know what to do from there. I noticed in my c&p exam notes the examiner said I was diagnosed with sleep apnea in 2008 but she said I don't use or need it anymore. I don't know if that will hurt my claim. I had my sleep study records and submitted them to the va. Will they deny me for it ??

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Welcome, Bangajay.

If you don't feel confident handling your claim from your own research, it could be a good idea to get a VSO in case there are important details to catch; might save time and grief.

You can still be involved in your claim and ask questions here.

Good luck to you and that precious young lady in your photo! :smile:

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