So I have been off work since the vestibular symptoms got severe on Dec 9 of last year. They declined me. I appealed. They declined.
Let me tell you a story. A story about vertigo and my ENT visit. I have never been to an ENT before for my vestibular
So I have been plagued by these vestibular problems. Intense dizzy spells, brain fog of the likes I can’t even describe when that happens, lightheaded
I’m at a point where I am unable to fathom what to do with my insurance company. Clearly, I am chronically ill. Clearly, I was
My update on my leave is that my doctor Just Managed to finish the massive amount of information my insurance company requested. Late. Very Late.
Proof is in the pudding, as they say. My leave from work was declined due to lack of medical evidence. So I need to provide
So I call from my insurance company asking for information they insisted they didn’t need in the first place because they are that awesome. I
I heard back from my insurance company about my Long-term disability leave from August till now. They will pay me from August 24 to Oct
The tragedy in chronic pain is often that we learn to understand our limits and that we need to moderate our lives but due issues
I had a very frustrating conversation with my insurance company this morning. First, I should point out I had nill sleep the night before. Literally
Living with chronic illness means dealing with a lot of uncertainty. We have to deal with the changes in our health that impact all aspects
I cannot even grasp the meaning of functional anymore. It is beyond me. I am in agony right now as I write this. Too much