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after having my reassessment for esa cancelled once i went this morning i had already asked for somewhere to be on my own before hand due to my condition i get there on time after having a panic attack before hand i went in was told sorry no rooms available to be on your own i didnt know weather to come out or not but i found a chair in the corner of the waiting room and i sat the other way round blocking anyone coming face to face with me after having a panic attack in waiting room a lady came and took me into her office where i could wait i only waited 5 mins there and the people called me in the lady was nice advise me to get higher medication for 1 of my conditions and faxed paperwork to my doctor she then said dwp will write to me i managed to get out and get in my sons car where i burst into tears im so glad its over i do not know why they bother saying any special things needed at your appointment phone them i did and thy did not do anything about it all i know is im glad im back at home thanxs in advance
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