I was turned down for DLA a couple of years ago as I was told my rheumy sent a letter to them saying my condition was expected to improve. It hasn't, I can barely do anything now, can barely look after myself, can hardly walk, my life is awful. I have a new rheumy as I moved and she must have forgotten me the second I left the room as the letter she sent to my GP about the consultation we had had little resemblance to what actually happened! I have a new GP too so they don't know me at all. I was wondering if it possible to have a successful PIP outcome without support from rheumys and doctors? I'm not due to see my rheumy for another four months and would like to start the ball rolling now. Also I don't know who to go to to help me with the application, there isn't a CAB in this town.xx
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