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Marie Price posted a question in VA Disability Compensation Benefits Claims Research Forum,Hello:
If you receive a hysterectomy while you are filing for disability through the VA, will it still count?
I am out of the military.
Is there anything for a man who's been diagnosed with PTSD secondary to MST. I see all this information and it's primarily speaking as if it only happened to females. If anybody has any advice for a man who suffers from this condition please let me know I'm not alone. Also let me know of any coping skills you've learned as I have lived the last 25-30 years of my life in full flight from reality.
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31BHayes posted a post in a topic,It's now May 3 3019. Still pending for notification and past estimated completion date April 29th. If it were negative would o would have heard something right. I'm assuming I have a good chance because I have evidence, however the wait is killing me like everyone else.