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Ok I have a severe gastrointestinal problem classed as ibs.
This problem started after having an hemorrhoidectomy operation .
I have severe diarrhoea which makes it impossible to even go short journeys because of possible accidents . I had to have a home face to face assessment . I did not receive the required 15 points so they have taken me off esa and said I have to claim job seekers allowance .
I have submitted various letters to the dwp from my gp and three gastroenterogist consultants and a colorectal surgeon who i have seen. My gp and a gastroenterogist who is a professor in his field have both written a letter stating that I have a severe bowel problem and they state on the letter that it is so severe that it's impossible for me to leave the house even for short distances as I can have accidents at any time .
So I have failed the esa and failed the mandatory consideration .
So how can i claim job seekers allowance if I can't leave the house as I need to visit job centre to claim and how can I possibly apply for jobs when I can't even leave the house .
How can the DWP go against evidence from my gp and a professor in gastroentology who is caring for me .
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