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Diabetes insipidus

Discussion in 'Benefits' started by Lynne94404870, Feb 23, 2019.

  1. Lynne94404870

    Lynne94404870 · Newbie

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    Just wondering if anyone out there with diabetes insipidus has claimed for pip and been successful?
     
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    Pipp Type 2 · Expert
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    My understanding of PIP is that it is awarded for how a condition affects you, and for support needed with daily living. You have to meet certain criteria. Are you trying to make a claim @Lynne94404870 ?
     
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