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Gaseous distension of colon

Anthony1987
Anthony1987 Member Posts: 93 Listener
Hi  just got a letter from pip saying couldn't get it..  this month i just got diagnosis with Gaseous distension of colon  I've  got loads of medication for it i phoned up pip to tell them what i have been diagnose with surely that'd should win the case i was recently on Dla which they said it will stop 2nd of Oct 

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  • easy
    easy Member Posts: 231 Pioneering
    Sorry to hear this.It is not what the diagnoses is that PIP is given for ,but how the condition affects you.
  • Anthony1987
    Anthony1987 Member Posts: 93 Listener
    My stomach can go really big and stops me from doing activities I recently just come out of hospital for the pain i can't  bend as my stomach starts to hurt but she never put this down on the report  and i suffer from anxiety so get lot of shakes in my body I'm  gonna get another report from my gp.
  • poppy123456
    poppy123456 Member Posts: 31,122 Disability Gamechanger
    You have 28 days to request a Mandatory reconsideration. You need to write a letter stating what you disagree with and where you think you should have scored those points and why. It's not about a diagnosis. I'd advise you to get some help with this process from your local welfare rights.
  • Anthony1987
    Anthony1987 Member Posts: 93 Listener
    Yeah i phoned them up today to get it sent out to me as the woman put  got 0 points  part from about the bath part which scored 2points  she not put wat i said about not able to do bending cos of the stomch going rock hard as i can't  cook now like it did before.when citizen advice filled it out even they said i had point's to get it they got all the copes so gonna make a appointment next week 

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