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Migraine treated with botox
I have had 0% for migraines since I separated. I am now being treated with Botox at the VA for them. Should I apply for an increase? Thanks.

I am now 100% P&T, what do I need to know to apply for Social Security Disability?
Boats 1
That is correct, it was maxed out at $6000

Need to vent again smh
Dustoff 11
In 2003 the U.S. CAVC court remanded my CUE appeal to the BVA and VARO with ordered instructions for the VARO to adjudicate my TDIU claim that the VARO failed to do in 1998 and I then received from VARO a P&T TDIU rating back dated about 5 years. The court said failure to consider me and adjudicate me for both an implied TDIU claim and also I ask for TDIU was a duty to assist error and not CUE but I still won my CUE claim to the court as I had originally filed for TDIU from the very beginn…

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Got the community care straightened out, paperwork crossed in the mail. Ow Buck that had to hurt.

TDIU and Unemployment Insurance
It is possible to be disabled from one profession and simultaneously also able to work in other professions thus you can get unemployment while being disabled. 1. You need your back to do heavy labor. Your training and work history only supports heavy construction but your back gives out. 2. You can still do clerical or menial sedentary tasks although you are disabled from your prior occupation. 3. Or the computer technician that loses the use of his feet. He can do programing but …

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I fell  awhile back broke my left foot, & some ribs, I went to E.R. and called the VA from the E.R. to make sure IT was ok  they said yes  especailty during the covid, Anyway I HAD 4 PRESCRIPTIONS the E.R. Dr called into CVS  they gave me a veteran discount but the scrips  totalled up about 189.00.$$  I kept the reciepts  I am going to take to my VAMC Bill paying managers office  ( for my VAMC this office is in the basement.)  anyway I will post on what they said  after I Go there  I …

Eligibility For Dental Care
The VA rescinded 1130.1 above dated Dec 25, 2008 and moved the VHA Dental Directive 1130.   It is VHA policy to provide dental and oral health care services to eligible Veterans at VA medical facilities or by authorized VA community care providers. Here is the latest dated March 6, 2020. https://www.va.gov/VHApublications/ViewPublication.asp?pub_ID=8726   They also appear to have separated out the eligibility portions into another Handbook 1130.01 to make it easier to f…

Why is VA Scheduling a CP Exam for a 20 year old NOD
Thanks pacmanX1 - please excuse I missed your second response "if awarded". 

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Yes, that IS stressful.  I havent had good luck getting VA to pay the copays on meds, either.   Not that long ago, if memory serves me correctly, the VA lost a lawsuit for denying/delaying payments on community care.  Again, Im trusting my memory (not a bad idea), but I seem to recall it would/does affect all Vets, not just that one.  

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Well my physical therapy went well for my left arm and I did not need surgery. It's still painful but it's about as good as it's going to get. A little stressful my brother just had a stroke he's 83 but they have him in rehab now and we are hoping that goes well. Today I have to deal with VA Community Care I just got a letter from the VA pharmacy saying they couldn't fill my prescription because my eligibility expired. I find the whole thing very stressful.

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