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Military Sexual Trauma is not a diagnosis; it is sexual violence or repeated sexual harassment that results in psychological trauma that can affect your relationships and well-being. The VA has provided additional training to raters of Military sexual trauma. You do not have to prove the event occurred in order to get a service connection. Instead, you need to show clues that the event occurred. Some clues that would qualify would be panic attacks, ER visits, pregnancy tests, police records, ex.

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