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Mandatory reconsideration and new pregnancy

Liseauk Member Posts: 2 Listener
edited March 2019 in PIP, DLA, and AA

Hi all. 
I have applied (and been turned down) for pip. I have extreme anxiety and depression and also bad hip pains. I am doing a mandatory reconsideration form as I don't agree with this and don't agree with anything reported from my face to face assessment. 
I have found out recently I am pregnant, do I tell them I am pregnant and therefore not on any medication anymore?
My worry is they will put everything down to the pregnancy and ignore the fact I have been suffering for years. 



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