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C&P Exam interpretation

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This doesn’t look good for you. Definitely don’t expect any increase from it. The last of the report will give you an idea what to expect.

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Thanks for responding R3dneck. You say don't look good as in Im losing my benefits? What should i expect? This was a bad day for me going into the c&p. 

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This examiner thinks you exaggerated your symptoms and this is not good. you may keep what you have now  because the examiner mention this

3.'' The diagnosis rendered is NOT DIFFERENT from the disability for which the Veteran is service connected.''

Increase will likely be denied.

you can appeal it but you need more evidence  medical evidence, Dr's notes that are favorable to you  look at your C&P EXAM as to what you were rated for and why  and compare your PTSD as to how worse it has got since then. with another exam.

it don't sound like anything as changed since you were rated the first time.

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