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C&p Exam Today


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So on Monday I got an appointment reminder call reminding me that I had four separate C&P appointments today. Four? Huh? I didn't know anything about them.

Fast forward to this morning. My first three where all with the same Doc and were pertaining to my lower back and neck issues. Total time about with him about 90 minutes or so. Next appointment was with a psychologist regarding PTSD. Two hours later she says I definitely have PTSD and severe depression related to my service. Lets me know that the report will probably be written up over the next day or so.

Here's hopes and prayers that it doesn't get lost on someones desk for a couple six months.

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r2rusmc,

Hopefully, your C & P exam reports will support your clams. If you have any questions or need any assistance, you will find a lot of veterans on Hadit who are ready, willing and able to provide assistance to their fellow veterans and their families. If you do need assistance, please provide as much relevant info as possible as it will make it easier for others to fully understand your injuries and/or diseases and why you believe they are connected to your military service. It is not necessary for you to provide personal identifier info.

Good luck to you and thank you for your service.

Semper Fi.

Georgiapapa.

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You should be able to view your C&P exams on MyHealthVet usually after three days have elapsed. Your RO will also view them "online".

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Glad it went well and wish you the best bud. I got a call the other day, and now I have 4 days worth of C&Ps next week, to include a PTSD Review, and an unknown condition that the VA said I should have been treated for last year. God Bless

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Well just got to see the "exam" results on myhealthvet.

They are not denying my PTSD but are saying it is due to a lifetime and not specifically military service. Not cool.

Back issues without a doubt related to military service.

Neck issues, despite entries in my service record, more or less are an age related issue.

Needless to say, I will be requesting re-evaluation. Just on the psych report alone there are some comments made that I know damned good and well I never stated as well as comments that were completely contradictory to what I know I've said.

Not ripping on the Docs seen, viewing more as "poor note taking".

It is what it is.

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Sorry to hear it. On the PTSD claim did they say it is less likely than not related to military service?

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