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Ptsd Qtc Exam And Denial...

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thanks for attaching those in the future.

Get a copy of the DBQ/Exam for the C&P as well you can get those through blue button on ebenefits OR contacting your the VA hospital records release. if i were you and you dont already have copies, contact them and ask for a copy of ALL your medical records, exams, doctors notes, medications, everything. if youve been to multiple hospitals do it at all the hospitals.

You have 1 year to file a NOD so dont get worried, you have time.

will keep an eye on this thread and let you know more once i read the uploaded denial papers.

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also when you say you have been going ot the VA for PTSD...

was it a actual psychologist/psyciatrist that you have been seeing or a social worker?

were you in therapy regularly and/or prescribed medication?

a big thing i found out was not going for treatment hurt me, and it partially resulted in a proposal to reduce my benefits. I didnt want to go for multiple reasons, but not because i didnt need it. im glad i am now though.

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I have been going to the VA since 2013 for PTSD treatment I have completed two PTSD groups and I am currently on medication. Also

am currently seeing a VA psychology and psychologist. I have 3 VA doctors diagnosing me with PTSD but my claim was denied for no clinical diagnosis because the rater agreed with the QTC doctor stating I just came short of the diagnosis of PTSD.

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