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This letter dated 1996 where i applied for ptsd was denied, but this is what it says

Psychological Examination, reports that this is a feisy retired veteran who emotionally

continues to live in the military service. his conditin show evidence of a potential for

an active condition of post traumatic stress disorder.....however at the present time it

remains incipient and has not yet precipitated into a full blown syndrome. shame on me

for not filling a NOD or sometime, But i go tomorrow and do it all again, suggestions


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everytime I read my stuff I find something I had missed b4...........use that statement to your benifit

please explain i be running short on time for tomrow in the visit to va, and also what does

full blown really mean and when does it happen tks//jim

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You had the illness at the time but it had not progresses into a Full Blown condition.

You can still use it. Did you get a rating then?

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Be honest with the Doctor. Give him copies of anything that you have. You have nothing to loose.

I have never been for a PTSD, C&P. If you can't sleep say so, If you have trouble getting along with your neighbors and at your job, say so. If you feel like crying do so.

If combat is related, tell him.

Let the doctor feel what you are saying. Get it all out!!!

If possible take your wife back there with you. Try to not go it alone.


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