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How to convince them I am really in pain?
Hi i had my both hips replacement surgery done 10years ago but it didn't work good and I started to have pain there year after surgery and now it is bad I can't even walk without crutches and hardly 10 to 20 meter but nothing is shown in scan so DWP think me lier and health assessment team declared that I am fit for work.plz some one help me what to do.my life was already **** and they made it hell I feel like dying. Please advise me how to convince them that I am really in pain . don't understand how so many people fakeing but they get all and I'm suffering my kids suffering because of my health but they don't care and ask strange question and decided fit for work.
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