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So if i was in the gulf war 1991 and complain of joint pain or Fibromyalgia  today. would that be considered presumptive

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28 minutes ago, dapilgrim said:

So if i was in the gulf war 1991 and complain of joint pain or Fibromyalgia  today. would that be considered presumptive

Are you currently diagnosed with fibromyalgia and have  a minimum of three months or more worth of medical evidence?

If you're not, don't go into a Dr.'s office or clinic saying you have fibromyalgia. You can't diagnose yourself, only a licensed medical professional can diagnose. But, you are  deemed competent to complain of the symptoms you are experiencing related to fibromyalgia.

If you think you are having symptoms of fibromyalgia. Do some research. Only you know what you are experiencing.

 

https://www.webmd.com/fibromyalgia/guide/what-is-fibromyalgia#1

https://www.webmd.com/fibromyalgia/guide/what-is-fibromyalgia#2

 

 

 

 

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