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Received PIP forms to fill in for CRPS and several Mental Health conditions

Georgiaj36Georgiaj36 Member Posts: 20 Connected
Hi I have recently received new claim forms from PIP for CRPS,OCD,Bipolar,Arthritis and Atrial Fibrilation but dont know how to fill them in as if i get stuck i start to feel anxious and have a panic attack which isnt good for my heart...Is there anybody on here that can help me fill them in so my claim is successful? Thanks in Advance

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  • Georgiaj36Georgiaj36 Member Posts: 20 Connected
    Hi @Victoriad
    Thanks for this CRPS is Chronic regional Pain syndrome i got diagnosed with this in Dec 16 after I broke foot and damaged tendons and nerves in ankle and have been struggling ever since...Sometimes i cant walk because my entire foot locks and makes a snapping aound like my bones have snapped amd its a complete nightmare...I am scared incase they give me negative points on this due to the fact that when I had f2f interview in October 2016 a week after the accident the guy i saw claimed i was fit to walk and run about even though my foot and ankle were in a cast and i was on crutches and the fact that my mental health and heart conditions went into overdrive they didnt bat an eyelid so this is why i worried...
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  • CockneyRebelCockneyRebel Member Posts: 5,257 Disability Gamechanger
    edited June 2018

    You should answer "No but I can if I have help/have a rest etc. "
    If you answer "Yes" the  assessor stops listening at that point. A No answer makes them listen to what you say

    CR
    Be all you can be, make  every day count. Namaste
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