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How does my medication error affect my PIP?
I I have suffed with epilepsy since I was 21 I am know 56 my doctor put me on tablets for depression and anxiety my epilepsy as been under control until the beginning of this year we’re I had four massive fits the last one I was still having it for 15 mins it was down to the tablets the doctor gave me cut a long story short I went to pip I told them my memory was really bad and that it had mucked my leg up we’re I had the fits the doctor new all this but I was told in the pip letter that it was fine and they only give me the standard daily rate do I complain our leave it thanks
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