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Wait until the envelope shows up in your mailbox. Don't look at ebennies or va.gov daily, you will get stress out as the VA wants you to. Only look at it every Thursday for less than 5 minutes.

Did you order your C-file? You are likely going to get denied. Hard fact we all faced.  Learn 38.CFR instead of looking at ebennies/vagov hourly. 

Start looking for an outside private physician (doesn't matter if it's an MD or DO or PA-C) have the "doc" know you for the next decade. Then after a year with this physician look for specialist. 

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Robert We get asked this question a lot, and Oceanbound's advise is sound. Not knowing anything about your claim, whether is is multiple disabilities, an increase in an existing disability, from BVA, etc., there is no way of predicting anything at all. But people are people, and it isn't likely you can just let it go at once a week. But don't let it control you, once a day max. If it isn't what you really think you should get, you can ask for help here and appeal the decision. Good luck.

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