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i am 64 three years ago suffered stroke investigations discovered i have cardiomyopathy i then suffered a heart attack and developed pneumonia 3 months in the hospital were other investigations were done also found artery problems ie an aortic aneurysm and arteries in the groin to narrow affecting blood flow consultants have stated not treatable and in time i could lose both legs but at mo walking is the only problem i get checked 6 monthly for an aneurysm and weekly for blood re warfarin i am subject to sudden death due to heart due to it hardening i suffer with lack of oxigen in blood so anY eXercise is limited walking means i get giddy and fall over fell out bath three timmes and down garden path last time NONE OF THIS IS VISABLE so im in perfect health said a physio??? three consultants two docters and a nuro surgeon say i will never improve only get worsee?? SHOULD I GET BENIFITS ????????
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