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Old 10 September 2019, 08:21
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It’s also a small part due to Vet’s not speaking up on what exactly is hurting. This could be in part due to feeling good that day and denying any problems or not understanding the question or the pain they feel and how it relates to their back. Be honest, think of your worst day(not your best day) and if you don’t understand the question ask for the examiner to elaborate.

FYI, this is also seen with tinnitus. Vet claims tinnitus on the 526, has a MOS that was moderate to high probability of hazardous noise exposure and goes to the exam and denies tinnitus because he does not not have it that day.
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