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C&p Exam Consist?


Cavman

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What type of things are done to check for tinnitus?

What type of things are done to check gerd,barretts esophagus,hiatal hernia?

What can they do to check for insomnia?

My c & p appointment notice never mentioned what I was being examed for I am just taking it for granted that all claims will be checked.

There isn`t a chance of getting a c & p for my higher rating appeal of ptsd is there?

Can I call and ask what this c & p appointment is for?

Cavman

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Cavman,

Your C&P exam notice, should say what your exam is for. If for some reason it does not there is a telephone number on the letter to call regarding your appointment, you could call them and ask what the appointment is for. They are usually very nice at scheduling.

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The second C&P that I had, all I received from the medical center was:

Reminder of your clinic Appointment April 12, 2005

Salem Medical Center

The first C&P notice was on the up and up.

The second one was the one that I am stating was illegal.

I throw nothing in the trash and I kept both appointment notices and sent a copy to the BVA, so that they could see the difference.

thanks,

Josephine

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The second C&P that I had, all I received from the medical center was:

Reminder of your clinic Appointment April 12, 2005

Salem Medical Center

The first C&P notice was on the up and up.

The second one was the one that I am stating was illegal.

I throw nothing in the trash and I kept both appointment notices and sent a copy to the BVA, so that they could see the difference.

thanks,

Josephine

Yeah, my first one stated what I was being examined for in Detroit. This one just states where and when and some of it is hand written. Hell I don`t care if it`s carved in stone I`ll be there. Thanks all for the response. I`ll call them Monday and make sure its me they want to see.

Cavman

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