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TOPIC: pip assessement

pip assessement 1 week 5 days ago #174426

iam very worried, I have a lot o f health comditions which affect me on a daily basis, at some point in the day,but because I have better days and relly bad day s i live with it and it

is normal even tho it isn't. I have joint pains and stiffness relly bad one day the next day it can be a lot improved and the followingday can be so bad I am just stuck on settee and

mostly I am stuck there- I have a degenerative spine and nerve compression bothe sides in lumber and slipped vertibrea, with swollen vertibraes and weak lumber which doesn't holdme up long due to weakness and nerve compression that runs down both legs, I

have a stiffneck upper shpulders joints and painful but onmy assessment day only the lumber was hurting and the rotator cuff joint in right arm, ididnt elaborate on the rest of the joints stiff neck, how stupid am I, I also sai di could walk further than icould

withoutstopping a si got feet mixed upwith metres and now the report has been given it

as I hasd the atos intervie yesterday. the strength inarms was better yesterday than today and I realise at home just how little strength I do have and how I struggle more than I sai di did my braindoesnt function to remember what I am like on the bad dys which is mostly every day. what can I do?
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pip assessement 1 week 5 days ago #174452

Hi Kelly,

Your previous messages are all over the place which makes it difficult for us to give you all the information you need. Please reply to this with any further questions or comments about your PIP rather than starting a new topic or asking your question on someone else's topic. You will find this easily if you bookmark/favourite it on your web browser now - alternatively you can click on your username, in blue when you are logged into the site, and it will bring up a list of all of your previous messages.

You say that you have had the face2face assessment? Leave it a few days after the assessment, then you can ask DWP for a copy of the report. This will tell you what the assessor has recommended.
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Last Edit: 1 week 5 days ago by Mrs Hurtyback.
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pip assessement 1 week 5 days ago #174476

dear mrs hurty back I am sosorry iam really not unstanding how to use the site-sorry if I posted on someone elses topic,i haven't a clue what iam doing,or how to use this properly when I want to ask a question where to I go? what do iclickon please
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pip assessement 1 week 5 days ago #174479

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kelly wrote:
dear mrs hurty back I am sosorry iam really not unstanding how to use the site-sorry if I posted on someone elses topic,i haven't a clue what iam doing,or how to use this properly when I want to ask a question where to I go? what do iclickon please

You can always find your posts by clicking on your name as it appears in the forum.

Select one of the posts listed to see the topic, then use one of the "reply" buttons to make a new post.

Gordon
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