I recently had my mobility vehicle taken off me, they said its Because I was able to plan a journey. I Have fibro myalgia spondylitis top and bottom of my spine and osteoarthritis in both knees. The time of my pip assessment I was able to discuss my illness, but most days I frequently forget thing's I have what is known as a fog. I'm in constant pain and have fallen 3 times now And they expect me to get a bus or taxi to go out I could of appealed but I just felt so tired of trying to get them to believe me. I gave up. ??
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