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cwaggie2003

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Hi all.  I have been reading posts for awhile but this my first post.  I am xurrently 50% service connected for thrombophlebitis right calf with venous stasis disease and lymphedema.

I filed to reopen my claim for an increase in March and for service connection of arthritis in both knees.

Ebennies says:

Status of Your Claim

  • Submitted: 06/01/2017 (Compensation)
  • Estimated Completion: 06/30/2017 - 07/07/2017
  • Disabilities Claimed: Routine Future Exam- right postphlebitic syndrome with chronic lymphedema with recurrent episodes of cellulitis (previously rated as (thrombophlebitis, right calf with venous stasis disease and lymphedema (New)
  • Representative for VA Claims: DISABLED AMERICAN VETERANS
  • Current Status: Preparation for Decision

My question is what does the Routine Future Exam mean?  I had my C and P exam a month ago and the doctor said my claim looks perfect.  

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I was previously rated at 50%(40% postphlebetic syndrome, 10% femur fracture, 0% eczema).

 

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