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Hi, after 11 years I finally received an increase to 70% for ptsd and 100% unemployability.

I had a mental c&p exam last April 2017 and now VA is sending me to another mental c&p exam

in July and also a copd c&p exam.

I'm wondering why they are going to give me another mental c&p exam...

* I have a BVA appeal for hypertension and I've recently sent them medical info and asked for 

a waiver for them to consider any new evidence and NOT VARO. 

It doesn't make sense that I'd have a mental c&p last July 2016 and again April 2017 and another mental exam scheduled 

for July 2017. Does anyone know why VA is requiring a c&p exam after I just got 70/100% this week?

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Was there a BVA Remand in play, I thought the BVA "Waiver" pertained only to Remands?

Are you sure the upcoming C & P is for a Psychiatric issue?

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5 hours ago, sunnyh said:

Hi, after 11 years I finally received an increase to 70% for ptsd and 100% unemployability.

I had a mental c&p exam last April 2017 and now VA is sending me to another mental c&p exam

in July and also a copd c&p exam.

I'm wondering why they are going to give me another mental c&p exam...

* I have a BVA appeal for hypertension and I've recently sent them medical info and asked for 

a waiver for them to consider any new evidence and NOT VARO. 

It doesn't make sense that I'd have a mental c&p last July 2016 and again April 2017 and another mental exam scheduled 

for July 2017. Does anyone know why VA is requiring a c&p exam after I just got 70/100% this week?

Cant give you a good answer but I will be calling the BVA or RO FOR ANSWERS

as to why another C&P 

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Question did your first exam the doctor seperate your symptoms on the recent one? That was my case i just had a mental exam other then ptsd done, now I have another TBI review, and ptsd exam because the recent exam the doctor seperated my symptoms. Just a thought of anything similar 

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