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Professionals refusing to supply evidence

Jurph Member Posts: 354 Pioneering
I'm struggling to get evidence together for my tribunal.

I have Fibromyalgia, Depression and Anxiety. I was denied PIP with 0 points. The problem is that I'm only recently diagnosed.

I have 5 years of medical evidence that basically says I complained about pain but no tests showed anything wrong.

My GP referred me to a Occupational health as part of my local social services. I've seen her half a dozen times about what help I need st home but she's refused me evidence to help with PIP!

She said they don't do that because of the 'backlash'!

How on earth am I meant to appeal the decision when I can't get anything to back up what I've said?

No test can show what I suffer with. I don't get help from any other professionals so I'm stuck.



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