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Active Duty Folks with DC
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03/04/04 01:50
Hanus

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03/04/04 01:50
Hanus

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Active Duty Folks with DC

Has anyone out there been discharged from the service because of DC or known someone who has?

03/04/04 01:58
Cass Anawaty

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03/04/04 01:58
Cass Anawaty

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Military and DC

I'm no longer on active duty, but was for 6 years in USMC. I never saw it, but retirement age is about 40 for enlisted personel--so it generally wouldn't present in a severe fashion by that time....
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03/04/04 01:52
Hanus

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03/04/04 01:52
Hanus

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Military and DC

That's my problem. I'm in the military with DC and they are going to do a medical board on me - probably within six months.

03/15/04 01:43
Cass Anawaty

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03/15/04 01:43
Cass Anawaty

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itchy palms

How advanced is it? If it doesn't interfere w/ duty, they shouldn't be "boarding" you for it. Is it that advanced? I've seen people w/ more serious conditions that could pass a med board.
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03/17/04 01:49
Hanus

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03/17/04 01:49
Hanus

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itchy palms

I'm a computer operator and the DC affects my work. Long hours on the keyboard brings on hand spasms in my case. A recent problem in the last couple of months is my hands becoming very cold and I live in Galveston, Texas.

08/01/06 02:50
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08/01/06 02:50
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itchy palms

Dear Hanus,

How did things turn out for you? Were you discharged?
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08/03/06 02:32
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08/03/06 02:32
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itchy palms

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