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C/P for PTSD

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I had my C and P exam for PTSD, It on lasted 15 mins/  I am worried but at the same time I felt it was a positive exam.  He stated my "case is straight forward". 

The exam is a VA doc.  I am being treated by the VA for PTSD/Panic attacks but she only deals with meds part and does not do diagnoses, so no Diagnoses for PTSD even those it is there and I tested positive for PTSD.  The waiting is the hardest part. 

Has any of you had a quick PTSD C/p Exam?  If so how did it go.  this is my first C/P for PTSD.    

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2 hours ago, Navyvet Gunner said:

The exam is a VA doc.

If this was a VA exam, your examination should be in your VAMC records. You can create a free premium account on Myhealthyvet.gov and then look your records up on the blue button or you could go to The Release of Information (ROI) office at your local VAMC and fill out a form and request it and possibly get a copy right there or if they are too backed up, they will mail you a copy. 

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Very common.  You should be fine.  People frequently think the time the exam took somehow plays into their claim getting denied.  It's usually the opposite.  Don't be surprised if they lowball your claim amount.  My initial award was 50%.  I filed a disagreement notice and was bumped up to 100% a year later. 

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