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twinkle47 Member Posts: 2 Listener
hi all well today i had my 2yearly esa assesment only just got through it was doped up on new meds .. i have had 4 heart attacks and now diagnosed with malignant hypertention . i was on pip and esa until june last year when i informed pip of my last heart attack and had to have face to facd the asssesor lied in the form so i lost pip i apealed and lost so now awaiting tribunal date .. esa assesor today couldnt understand why pip was stopped as letter that gp sent and form meant he didnt have to see any further evidence .. plus all my meds i take 11 a day incudes diazepam and pregabalin to try and relax heart and vessels he asked what support i had at home ..none as live alone and due to pip stop cant afford to pay anyone to help ..
does the medical from esa get sent to pip ??? 
dreading a tribunal in case my blood pressure goes up which it will in the day ..my regular readings are 159/120 thats with meds and is low now for me ..


  • CockneyRebel
    CockneyRebel Member Posts: 5,216 Disability Gamechanger
    ESA and PIP are not related and have different criteria so the ESA assessment will not be sent to PIP
    Be all you can be, make  every day count. Namaste
  • poppy123456
    poppy123456 Member Posts: 28,416 Disability Gamechanger

    PIP and ESA are different benefits and your ESA won't be sent to PIP. Hopefully you won't be waiting much longer for your Tribunal and the ESA decision will go in your favour.

    Leave it a week and ring ESA to request a copy of the assessment report to be sent to you, this will give you some idea what the decision is likely to be as they mostly go with the report.

    Good luck for both.


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