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I have heritary haemochitosi. Anyone got advice on needle phobia? Do I qualify for PIP?

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Benjamin123
Benjamin123 Community member Posts: 3 Listener
Hi
I have been diagnosed with heritary haemochitosi this year. I am surposed to have weekly venesection since August but have only had 2 to date as I have needle phobia. I am on the process of having therapy for this to try and help me. I have brain fog  cannot remember things, feel exhausted but struggle to sleep, (This has been happening for years)  i have joint pains and feel extremely  low most days. Does anyone have advise about neefle phobia as i must have my treatment done more often. Also do i qualify for pip?

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