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My husband is having a f2f home assessment in 10 days and I am searching additional evidence.
We received a consultation report from his pain clinic after we sent out PIP application.
It describes his current pain situation, morphine only relaxes him a bit but doesn’t reduce the pain as much as it should.
We requested increasing the dosage of morphine or additional pain killers (he is on 4 different kins of pain meds already.) but doctor said he’s already on really high dosage and didn’t want to add any more medicine.
Doctor suggested to try a treatment and we have an appointment for it.
(I am sorry I don’t know the name of the treatment. Doctor explained stick a needle into the nerve damage area and give an electric shock through the needle.)
I am wondering if we should submit the letter as an additional evidence.
My concern is if they take this as a possibility of my husband’s miraculous recovery and might shorten the award period.
(There is no guarantee that the treatment works. Even if it works, the affect wears off in time and he has to have it repeatedly.)
I might be too paranoid but any advice will be appreciated.
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