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4 C&P Exams


Hello Everyone,

I've been coming to this site daily for a little over a year. I have gained some really valuable information from lots of folks. Thank you for the information and Thank you for your service. I just retired a little over 90 days ago and have been to 4 C&P Exams. I just attended a C&P Exam today for PTSD (20181025). This did not go well at all because before I knew it I was cussing at the doctor. This C&P Exam was with a doctor from QTC. I get home and the VA has me scheduled for another C&P Exam tomorrow (20181026) for the same condition PTSD. Is this my imagination or is this real. How can you have (2) C&P Exam in two days. This will be my  fourth one for PTSD. I really didn't mean to be so rude to the doctor at QTC but it happened. 

1- I was diagnosed in-service w/PTSD, chronic F43.10

2-LHI diagnosed me with Generalized Anxiety, -

-VA Psychologist did a continuation of my in-service diagnosis and he also said I had PTSD (least likely as not 50% or greater)DUE TO OR INCURRED IN SERVICE

-QTC Psychologist stated I don't have PTSD on 2018OCT25. 

-Now I have a C&P APPT for (2018OCT26) as well for PTSD @ the VA Medical center.

What is going on? I'm already 70% for Sleep Apnea, knee, back and ganglion cyst. Not really comfortable posting PTSD c&p yet. Give me some time to line out names and other information an I will  post it soon. Thanks !

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Cool your jets I had to do three c and ps for my tbi in one year and two for ptsd which is now listed as a system on my sTBI rating I gave up on separating them did you get a copy of any of the reports to see what in tarntion they are looking for hopefully not to low ball you but I’d have to see the report to see and if it’s chronic they better damn make it permanent and total post the report 

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