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Thursday 26th April

So a blog update. First of all I want to thank a good friend of mine, Ami, she is helping me get a few things sorted out in my life. My benefits and also getting the correct diagnosis for a health issue.

I have got my ESA appeal tomorrow. I've decided to kick my tenancy support worker in to touch as my original ESA50 form he filled in was not up to standard and was missing a lot of information. Ami has re-filled in the form with more information, which we have gained from my GP.


She has made my GP look at my health issues, and is pushing for a diagnosis of Fibromyalgia.


My bad back problem is Kyphoscoliosis and also Scoliosis (details below), with this and a on going breathing issue and chest pain, I'm not in good shape.


Kyphoscoliosis is a deformity of the spine characterized by abnormal curvature of the vertebral column in two planes (coronal and sagittal). It is a combination of kyphosis and scoliosis. It is seen in many disorders such as Syringomyelia and can cause many conditions such as pulmonary hypertension.

Scoliosis is a medical condition in which a person's spine has a sideways curve. The curve is usually "S"- or "C"-shaped. In some, the degree of curve is stable, while in others, it increases over time. Mild scoliosis does not typically cause problems, while severe cases can interfere with breathing.


So, the 27th April, had call from Tribunals service, my ESA appeal has been postponed due to the same judge that did my PIP appeal being in today - more stress and waiting, just whats not needed


20th May, another update and my ESA Appeal is taking place on the 31st May, and another plus, have had the doctor agreeing with possible Fibromyalgia, so that is a plus, and will help (just as well the appeal date was postponed!). 

I am still getting annoyed with my self for forgetting things and not being able to do what I need and want to, its getting to the point where I do it so much it upsets me.

7th June, another update with some good news, thanks to my friend Ami, finally had my appeal for my ESA and the tribunal over turned the medical assessors decision to find me fit for work, and have decided I have very limited capacity for work. My ESA will be reinstated and I am now awaiting a letter from the DWP.

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