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ESA stopped, now have to claim universal credit
Been for medical for esa.wat a disgrace tbh.was asked wen I had a Tia told the assor n wat meds r u on told her then she asked bout my diabetes to my horror she asks can't u come off ur meds for diabetes cos it seems a lot.told her eh no I'm a high risk for stroke n heart attack .Got letter threw other day on it she's wrote highly unlikely of Tia n highly unlikely of diabetes I thot omg wat is wrong in this system .to me they don't give a **** bout ppl.now all money stopped have to claim for universal credit .don't know wat the heck to do I have girl with mental health issues
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