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Pendint MST-MST ? SMC-K ?


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I have submitted a claim for PTSD-MST back in November of last year.  Should I also claim SMC-K for ED now or wait until the original PTSD gets decided and rated (if any)

I have been prescribed Viagra for ED for many of the years I have been service connected with my hearing loss.   However in my records it just says its for ED Do I need to speak to my VA doctor to see if they believe it is the result of me getting raped in the army.  I also took Viagra as a civilian post military, but I could not afford it as it is extremely expensive. The medicins I now take for PTSD make it absolutely and completely impossible to have sexual relations with my wife or even myself.  It doesnot work at all any more... :(

Lexipro 20mg  - Mood maximum amount
Thorazine 25 mg 2 X per day PANIC ATTACKS OMG this stuff helps
Prasosine 1 or 2 MG  nightmares / sleep
Trazadone 50 mg nightmares / sleep
Ambien 10MG Sleep (after I wake up at midnight)

Simvastatin 20 MG High Cholesterol (I am not heavy and used to be athletic) , but have high Cholesterol  and strange blood pressure 150/119 is common, so is 90/60 depending om my anxiety.

 

 

On last thing, what is the difference between a hand written, signed and dated statement form my mother, father and sister vs a SWORN statement?

 

Thanks

 

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Statement from your mother &father&sister would be a sworn statement if they put this at the end

I declare (or certify, verify, or state) under penalty of perjury that the foregoing is true and correct. Executed on (date).[1]

Thats basically the same as a notorized statement.

from a Notary .

jmo

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