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    Current step confusion

    I’m confused, my current step is medical exam and it says it was reported today 9/28 and in the chart it says it’s completed. Does this mean I’m about to receive my qtc appointments?
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    Administrative Separation for Medical Condition

    Hello, I'm currently active duty, and I'm currently in my first period of Limdu, but I'd like some feedback from anyone who can help give some insight. September 2017 - Went to medical with complaint of sharp pain upon boots n' utes runs that would radiate throughout the day from my left...
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    MEDICAL Failure for PRT

    Where/what is the instruction for Medical failures during the PRT? I passed my pushups/curlups easy but when I was running my Mile and a half I had HARSH chest pains and they haven't gone away since. Any time I try to lift something heavy or exercise again my chest pain comes back. Is there a...
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    AF Medical Retirement

    I have a quick question... So my husband is being medically retired from the AF (over 17 years active duty) and we were speaking to a family friend about the compensation portion. This person was medically retired from the Army after ten years of active duty service, and receives retirement...
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    Admin Sep and possible HIPAA violation

    Hey all, So I'm being separated for Adjustment Disorder in May (so I'm told), and I have a few questions about what to expect and if HIPAA was violated in regards to my psych record. My doctor told me to take her memorandum and my service member request (MILPERSMAN 1910-120) and route them up...
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    Are they intimidating me or are they correct?

    I was told by a PA in private " the same one who has tried to work with command to kick me out" that once the results come back from the MEB that if you are pending a chapter of any kind that the General next in your chain of command will decide wether or not I get the MEB results or the...
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    Civilian Treatment Once Retired or Separated

    If you choose to seek civilian care instead of going to the VA for treatment, how do civilian doctors access your medical records to look at your medical history? Do you have to bring them by hand are do the VA or Tricare have them electronically on file for the civilian doctors to look at? Thanks!
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    Navy HPSP student recommended for medical separation

    Hi all, I'm currently a medical student in the HPSP program. Last year at Officer Development School, I was diagnosed with bilateral pulmonary emboli. Today, I have completely recovered and do not need life-long anticoagulation. Navy Recruiting Command has determined that I am not physically...
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    Help with a MEB

    I have 2.5 years of service in the Navy. I hurt my back in april of 2015 but never brought the issue up until later. I have been lld with 2 herniated discs(l4/l5 and l5/s1) and its pinching a nerve root giving me painful sciatica. I brought the issue up in november of 2015. I started my limdu...
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    Corpsman (Medical) found fit???

    My PEB came back Fit for Continued Active Service with assignments to Military hospitals. Ive been hearing from a lot of folks, Drs, Legal, PEBLOs, other service members, etc... that Corpsmen the vast majority of the time (talking 90%+) are found fit with assignments to a Hospital. Has any one...
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    Non-LOD Officer Medical Separation Questions

    Hi all, I have searched tirelessly and cannot find an answer to my questions. A little background first. So, I am a junior officer (fully qualified), I obtained an injury to my wrist outside of duty (drilling status or AT) that has required 3 surgeries, permanent lack of mobility, and sever...
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    Non-LOD Officer Medical Separation Questions

    Hi all, I have searched tirelessly and cannot find an answer to my questions. A little background first. So, I am a junior officer (fully qualified), I obtained an injury to my wrist outside of duty (drilling status or AT) that has required 3 surgeries, permanent lack of mobility, and sever...
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    Can I stay in the military with this condition?

    I have been in the Army National Guard for 10 years. Back in May I was diagnosed with an auto immune disease called ulcerative colitis. Basically my immune system is attacking my otherwise healthy colon. It has failed adequate response to treatment thus far. After discussing it with my civilian...
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