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9 years 1 month ago - 9 years 1 month ago #102686 by mancsmen
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my probs with bowels are such that if i am going out in the morning then i wont have any breakfast as i never know what is going to happen with my bowels. i dont get much warning of when i need the toilet. if i go out pm them i wont have lunch. and skipping meals is not ideal as i am type 2 diabetic
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blue wrote: my probs with bowels are such that if i am going out in the morning then i wont have any breakfast as i never know what is going to happen with my bowels. i dont get much warning of when i need the toilet. if i go out pm them i wont have lunch. and skipping meals is not ideal as i am type 2 diabetic


Hi b,

If you wish to qualify for The SG, on activity 8, as wriiten in my previous post, you need to provide evidence from your G.P., Practice Nurse etc, that you suffer those limitations at least once a week.

You could also consider mentioning any "Risk" that may be involved regarding your Diabetes through not being able to eat properly if you are going out, under ESA Reg 35. Of course there is no guarantee that you would qualify under this, but ESA Reg 35 can be useful as a back up to any functional descriptors.

Again, you would need to provide evidence of any "Risk".

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9 years 1 month ago #102693 by mancsmen
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cheers bro, thanks for your advice. my gp has already told them of this prob because i had a colonoscopy last year which was negative. he has told them if its not the spinal injury thats causing the prob then its the severe nerve damage doing it. either way i dont see how i can be placed in the wrag with this. i know it means i am not fit to work, but i am still required to attend wfis. once again thanks to you all at the site for your help

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9 years 1 month ago #102695 by

blue wrote: cheers bro, thanks for your advice. my gp has already told them of this prob because i had a colonoscopy last year which was negative. he has told them if its not the spinal injury thats causing the prob then its the severe nerve damage doing it. either way i dont see how i can be placed in the wrag with this. i know it means i am not fit to work, but i am still required to attend wfis. once again thanks to you all at the site for your help


Good luck, and please keep us updated. :)

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9 years 1 month ago #103060 by mancsmen
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hi all at b and w, i am due to claim esa ir soon on the 365 day rule. my 81 year old mother lives with me and she is in receipt of state pension and attendance allowance. am i right in thinking that her income has no bearing on my claim, i receive esa cb and dla

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9 years 1 month ago #103070 by slugsta
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As I understand it, your mother's income will not be taken into account when assessing you for income-related ESA.

Nothing on this board constitutes legal advice - always consult a professional about specific problems

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