I have just received my medical report from April when I had my medical for esa. I have only just got this because I have been waiting for a letter to tell me what group I was in but I got a text message to tell what group I was in. After reading the report the nurse clearly states that I am very uncomfortable in a chair and that I have to keep getting up because of the pain.She reported that I would not be able to sit at a work station and that I get tried easily and I have splints on both my hands. She told me that she would expect me to be put in the support group. Then as I read through the paperwork she has put on that work would be manageable in 18 mths time. How can they contradict themselves. Also when I walked to the examination room she stated that I walk 30 metres. The length of room was no where near 30 metres. it was only about 10 metres if that. How on earth are we supposed to judge the length we can walk without discomfort if the medical examiners have no idea of distance.
Is it too late to appeal their decision or not ?