Does anybody that has ibs claim disability? Someone mentioned that maybe I could apply for disability for ibs. Just want to know if anyone has done that before? I don't know anything about disability

12 Answers

ellen
Answered 10 months ago    reply

It might be hard to get on that alone. I have filed , and it is on my list however I hAve fibromyalgia, bulging disc, ect.

ellen
Answered 10 months ago    reply

However , I have had IBS so bad it caused me too lose a lot of work and got FMLA approved.


daniell
Answered 10 months ago    reply

I have a bone disorder also that causes pain but not many people know much about it so I don't think that will make my case much better even though it makes it hard to even walk at times


gao
Answered 10 months ago    reply

I got disability for having IBS-D.

78h
Answered 10 months ago    reply

Did you use a lawyer?

gao
Answered 10 months ago    reply

Not the 1st time but I did the second time and it went pretty quickly.

chalet
Answered 10 months ago    reply

What state do you live in? I'm awaiting a hearing date but filed on back injury adding IBS-D. Will left everyone know what happens.


hildegard
Answered 10 months ago    reply

Wow that is great u coulf


hildegard
Answered 10 months ago    reply

Wonder if u could get if you also suffer severe panic anxiety with it


abrantesz
Answered 10 months ago    reply

I am in the beginning process of it now...we will see how many years it will take


mclellan
Answered 10 months ago    reply

I was refused PIP with tonic clonic and myoclonic epilepsy as well as IBS and my stepdaughter was refused it with cystic fibrosis even though she was eligible for the higher payments on the old DLA scheme. The new PIP scheme is an absolute joke.

glassman
Answered 10 months ago    reply

I totally agree. A family member of mine was on DLA and got £300 a month £250 carers allowance. He applied for PIP and now gets £80 a months and no carers allowance. He has Agoraphobia (and other problems) and was told he "could go out in the evening when no-one was around". Err, NO. Agoraphobia is fear of the outside not people. They just dont have a clue these benefits people.


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