Hi...I have my second tribunal tomorrow,First one The judge read all paperwork then As I did not have any medical back up he adjourned the meeting so I could get this,Which I have done I also have A representive now..I am type 1 diabetic with no hypo awareness ,I take Bad And severe hypos most days,This leaving me everyday very exhausted And no motivation to do anything,I spend most off my time in my room,I have help from family who Check my bloods If they think I am hypo And help/make me drink And eat something ,They also prepare my food as I have cut And burnt myself in the past whilst suffering A bad hypo whilst cooking,I also have to be taken to the toilet As I can not go alone As I am very weak Especially my arms And legs,During And After A bad hypo,I do not go out alone as I find it distressing ,Due to the fear off collapsing outside And my panic attacks,So someone close to me will come And also plan ahead my journey,Ialso suffer from depression And panic attacks which has been on going for years,Which I take diazepam for And anti depressents..I have been told by A couple off people that I must have some sort off chance off recieving Pip (I had previously been receiveing dla for 15 years) Or they would not have sent me away the first time to get this paperwork etc..I would appreciate anyones views on this.As you can imagine I am in A right state about tomorrow And have been all week.
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