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    LOL, I'm feeling fine. I've changed the post...

    LOL, I'm feeling fine.

    I've changed the post title, but don't have permission here to change the thread title or delete it and post with a different title.

    I can lock the thread so that no one...
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    DS1500 six month limit ruled illegal.

    The 'Expected to die within six months' limit on automatically qualifying for benefits due to terminal illness has been ruled by a judge in Northern Ireland as discriminatory under Human Rights law,...
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    I think that it's like anything else and you may...

    I think that it's like anything else and you may have to try a few until you find one that suits you and your grip level.

    I have 'normal' grip but everyone struggles opening jars now and again, I...
  4. I used to have 6 monthly B12 injections to try an...

    I used to have 6 monthly B12 injections to try an help with my hypersomnia. (More as a stimulant than because I wasn't absorbing it).

    TBH I can't remember just why they stopped, and if it was a...
  5. Low temperatures, dampness/humidity help the...

    Low temperatures, dampness/humidity help the virus thrive, noisy machinery means the workers have to shout to each other which spreads spittle, and working conditions mean that they can't distance...
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    There is an update on the Video Relay Service...

    There is an update on the Video Relay Service rollout, it is being expanded to more than just UC:


    https://www.rightsnet.org.uk/forums/viewthread/16229/
  7. Thread: Time Travel.

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    Time Travel.

    I've just noticed that if you go to the ESA regulations 2008 then it says that the latest revison was made on 31/3/2030

    Look at the list of PDFs on the left. (You may have to drop the 'More...
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    Much better thanks, still a few aches and twinges...

    Much better thanks, still a few aches and twinges but I'm walking about almost normally.

    Hope the heads alright.
  9. Try living near a border. Depending on which...

    Try living near a border.

    Depending on which TV channel I'm watching, and on what time of day it is, I'll see either the English or Scottish advice 'infomercials' which are different of course....
  10. I had bloods taken last week at the GP surgery,...

    I had bloods taken last week at the GP surgery, still got the bruise on my arm.

    It's generally shut, but they are still doing some appointments for tests and the like, you go in by the back door....
  11. As above: Forget them and look after...

    As above:

    Forget them and look after yourselves, that's always been the same just more so at the moment.
  12. I'm using my own common sense, staying at home...

    I'm using my own common sense, staying at home but not afraid of going shopping etc. when I need to.
    I do live alone so don't have to worry about infecting anyone else at home if I do catch it.
    ...
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    The 'ZZZ's' are the clue that it's for an...

    The 'ZZZ's' are the clue that it's for an excessive sleep disorder.

    TBH I think that the ribons have become too pervasive to be significant these days, there seems to be a ribbon for anything that...
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    Idiopathic Hypersomnia. It's not well known or...

    Idiopathic Hypersomnia.

    It's not well known or understood.
    There are various forms of excessive sleep disorder all currently lumped under the 'Idiopathic Hypersomnia' banner....
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    Thanks; It's only sciatica so nothing drastic,...

    Thanks;
    It's only sciatica so nothing drastic, but if you've ever had it then you know it can be very painful.

    Still sore, the trek to the pharmacy didn't do my leg/hip any favours.
    Bit silly...
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    So was I, which is why I thought others may be...

    So was I, which is why I thought others may be interested in my experience.

    I've been and picked it up, with a couple or rests each way.
    It's a box of 100x 30/500 co codamol tablets which seems...
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    GP consultation under Covid

    I've just had a GP consultation, and I thought others may like to know my experience of how they are doing things.
    (At least how they did it for me here).

    I've had acute pelvic/leg pains for over...
  18. Of course you register on the government website,...

    Of course you register on the government website, it only takes minutes.

    You may not feel that you need any help just now, I don't and I'm on the register, - but you don't know what will be...
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    Other things, (besides new claims for c-19), are...

    Other things, (besides new claims for c-19), are still running.

    But staff have been redployed to help with the millions of new claims - and so other things are running slowly, and some things have...
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    I think that like a lot of things at the moment...

    I think that like a lot of things at the moment it's all being done in a rush, and either not thought through or what is on the guidance does not quite match up with what is happening because things...
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    I just had a call back from them. Confirmed my...

    I just had a call back from them.

    Confirmed my name and address.

    They asked how I was managing and if I needed anything in the way of help.

    I replied that although I don't have a support...
  22. Again slightly off topic, but related: 0333...

    Again slightly off topic, but related:

    0333 305 0466

    I had a call this morning from from this number.
    I don't answer unknow numbers, so let it ring then checked it out.

    To save anyone else...
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    0333 305 0466 Sheilding Helpline.

    0333 305 0466

    I had a call this morning from from this number.
    I don't answer unknow numbers, so let it ring then checked it out.

    To save anyone else the trouble of checking - it is the...
  24. Slightly of topic but I got a text from my GP...

    Slightly of topic but I got a text from my GP surgery today.

    They have moved me, with my consent, onto 'Electronic Repeat Dispensing' where they authorise the phamacy to keep supplying repeats for...
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    They seem to be now bringing in quite a few...

    They seem to be now bringing in quite a few measures that should have already been in place.

    I've just posted another one about now being able to claim ESA online rather than taking the form to a...
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