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I was looking last night at the guidelines that the health profession uses when in a face to face assessment now I found in the guidelines that in some cases its a waste of time going to a face to face as the condition has no chance of getting better therefor if a face to face was issued it should be canceled ,.now theres 2 main things and if some one can get hold of the assesses guidelines ,maybe you can tell me if I fit the I have my face to face cancelled.
the terminal illness is one of those that a face to face would not be beneficial ,the other is a chronic heart condition,.this has made it clear to me that no one at dwp or capita have red my reports if they had then I'm sure id not have the stress of going next week.
in my report from my doctor I have a chronic heart disease called ishomatic heart disease ,it where part of the heart the blood dont get to so when I get stressed or over excited the heart pumps over time to pump the sluggish blood flow this then causes the severe pain in my chest and under my chin,
need help please ,do I ring capita up and tell them they have over looked this ?
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