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I now this has been answered before probably a thousand times before but my search-fu is off today so I will just ask, how can you tell if you are to be re-examined by the VA or not. I have read my initial award letter a couple times and can find no were it confirms or denies I will be re-exam. I ask this because I am getting a C&P exam later this month for some previously denied contentions( ) and I am wondering if I will get re-examed for the things I am SC for and the new contentions or just the new contentions.

I am sc for sleep apnea 50% IBS,GEERD, Hiatal hernia to include chest pain, and spastic colon 30% Tinnitus 10% and 4 0% for a grand total of 70% I am hoping they wont try to drop others to connect new contentions.

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I now this has been answered before probably a thousand times before but my search-fu is off today so I will just ask, how can you tell if you are to be re-examined by the VA or not. I have read my initial award letter a couple times and can find no were it confirms or denies I will be re-exam. I ask this because I am getting a C&P exam later this month for some previously denied contentions( ) and I am wondering if I will get re-examed for the things I am SC for and the new contentions or just the new contentions.

I am sc for sleep apnea 50% IBS,GEERD, Hiatal hernia to include chest pain, and spastic colon 30% Tinnitus 10% and 4 0% for a grand total of 70% I am hoping they wont try to drop others to connect new contentions.

There is a possibility that the C&P exam for later this month, might examine or comment - for both the currently

SC'd conditions along with the previously denied conditions.

This happens all the time.

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I hate to beat a dead horse but I still do not understand when I will be re-exam if at all. The only reason I am bring this back up is because more likely then not I will get to go back to school thru voc-rehab but would not be able to afford it if I get down graded by the VA. I was awarded 70%in late 2012 and 90% in late 2014 all from an initial claim. I have read over all award letters and VA letters on ebenifits with no mention of re-exam.

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I just went thru Multiple Reviews 2 weeks ago, and I was not suppose to be reviewed until 2016. If you are not permanent then you can be reviewed at any time. All you have to do is either look at your award packet, or go on Ebennies and your benefits letter will say. "You are not considered to be permanent disabled due to you are scheduled for reduction on this date" You will know right then and there bud.

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