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SSK

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Anyone here been referred for migraines and chondromalacia patella? If so, what did your findings come back as?
I wasn't referred for migraines but i claimed them for the VA exams. I get them once a week and have to lay down in the dark with no sound and force myself to sleep for them to pass. Got 50% for them.
 

downandoutsailor21

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I wasn't referred for migraines but i claimed them for the VA exams. I get them once a week and have to lay down in the dark with no sound and force myself to sleep for them to pass. Got 50% for them.
What did the doctor check in your DBQ for migraines ? I wasn’t referred to the board for migraines but I claimed them on my VA appointment because I have migraines noted on my active duty medical record. I have to leave work and sometimes I throw up if they are that extreme. I am also on 2 different meds for them. But the way on DBQ and according to google, it looks like I’m getting zero % for them
 

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I wasn't referred for migraines but i claimed them for the VA exams. I get them once a week and have to lay down in the dark with no sound and force myself to sleep for them to pass. Got 50% for them.
It seems like I’ll get 50%. Did you get medically retired?
 

Tjtrujillo

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What did the doctor check in your DBQ for migraines ? I wasn’t referred to the board for migraines but I claimed them on my VA appointment because I have migraines noted on my active duty medical record. I have to leave work and sometimes I throw up if they are that extreme. I am also on 2 different meds for them. But the way on DBQ and according to google, it looks like I’m getting zero % for them
Prostrating at least once a month
 

SSK

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What did the doctor check in your DBQ for migraines ? I wasn’t referred to the board for migraines but I claimed them on my VA appointment because I have migraines noted on my active duty medical record. I have to leave work and sometimes I throw up if they are that extreme. I am also on 2 different meds for them. But the way on DBQ and according to google, it looks like I’m getting zero % for them
Prostrating at least once a month and impacts ability to work, drive, interact with others.
 

downandoutsailor21

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Prostrating at least once a month and impacts ability to work, drive, interact with others.
Mine is checked with less frequent attacks but in the medical history it stays the meds I take and notes that I can’t work. But since it’s “less frequent attacks” it’s a big old zero % lol
 

SSK

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Mine is checked with less frequent attacks but in the medical history it stays the meds I take and notes that I can’t work. But since it’s “less frequent attacks” it’s a big old zero % lol
Mine was checked “less frequent attacks” also but there is proof in my medical record that shows appointments for migraines and treatment and i ended up with 50% proposed.
 

downandoutsailor21

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Mine was checked “less frequent attacks” also but there is proof in my medical record that shows appointments for migraines and treatment and i ended up with 50% proposed.
Oh ok gotcha, I’ve been on different meds since 2018 for them which is noted on the DBQ. Hope that will help me in the long run
 

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Failed weigh in by 10 pounds but still managed to lose 27 in 2 ish weeks so it's still a win for me. Gonna keep going, for me at least. Hope to get findings in Dec and be on terminal by January. Thanks for the support yall.
I'm going to fail weigh in as well. I'm cool with the S-3 chief so we'll see how it goes.
 
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