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How Long After Compensation & Pension Exam To See Results/notes And Where Do I Look?


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I had my C & P exam on March 13. I've been checking the "notes" Section of MyHealtheVet for the notes from my exam, but they still aren't there. I've seen plenty on here that have seen them less than a week after the exam. Am I looking in the wrong place? How do I access the notes via ebenefits? Thank you for your help.

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Was your C&P exam done at a VA Hospital? If it was then you should be able to access the "notes" via the MyHealthVet web site after a three day period. If it was for PTSD or any mental condition I don't believe you will be able to view the notes - this may not be true, others may chime in if this is wrong. Also, if it was done by an outside vendor then you have to request it.

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It was done at the VA hospital. I've seen others post the notes from their PTSD exam asking what they think the results would be so I know it's possible. I just want to make sure I'm looking in the right place on myHealthevet or if I need to request them somehow.

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It is 3 days hold from the date that everyone signs them, not the date of the appointment.

I had a C&P exam on 26 January and the Doctor didn't sign the notes until 13 February (the day after she saw the results of an ultrasound she ordered for me during the C&P) and I didn't see those notes until 16 February.

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As stated above it is 3 days after typically. I had 8 C&Ps last month, and it took about 10 days to show up. So it should be any minute. Just calm down and wish you the best. God Bless!!!

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I check on myhealth and use the blue button. Mine was done at same VAMC that I get seen at. To be exact the office was about 100 ft or so away from my VA PCP and one building away from my mental health providers. It only took 3 days after it was signed off. Guess mine was signed off the same day I had the c&p

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Hey everyone!

I have been following this site for a long time and I just had my first C&P exam on the 27th of March through a contracted facitlity through VES with another one in about 13 days. I was wondering how I would be able to obtain the notes from those exams? I have been waiting and have not seen anything in myheathvet.

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@toddt Where do we have to request them from? I had C&Ps done with QTC a few years ago and still haven't received them. I submitted a 10-5345a. Is there somewhere else to request them from? Is it possible I can go to the VA and do a records request right there?

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Thank you toddt!

I just looked at Ebenefits and saw that I was award 20% ratings

(1) 10% Tinnitus

(2) 10% TBI

I also had a bunch kicked back for not being service connected. (Sleep Apena)

So in order to see the notes from the VES doctors should I file a request for my entire file through the VA?

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CHerv08,

If you have 10% for TBI, odds are you have PTSD as well. I would think you would get the SA as a secondary to PTSD. But others with more knowledge will know better.

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