IAmWales wrote: »
The fact that you've no medical evidence and not seen a doctor in five years is going to go against you. Hopefully the information from the assessment will be sufficient.
It doesn't read to me that the assessor was trying to catch you out. She wanted to iron out what she saw as an anomaly, that's a good thing. She was also correct in asking you to answer, your partner is your appointee for administrative matters, not medical.
I hope you get the outcome you would like. Try to put it out your mind until you hear from them.
kategregory wrote: »
I will add that I have no up to date evidence of my condition due to my Dr telling me there is no magic tablet so basically all I had to go with is what the Dr's had told me.
I have no medication and this I feel will go against me, and the fact that I've not seen a Dr in over 5yrs cause I feel someone else needs more attention than I do, I can see the out come being a failure! But at the end of the day I have a illness that stops my day to day life!
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