This post discusses if you can receive Social Security for . The Bishop Law Firm represents Social Security clients in North Carolina and we do not get paid unless we win your case. Call us, (919 615-3095 ), for a free case review.
Types of Social Security Benefits
There are two main types of benefits that SSA offers: Social Security Insurance (SSDI) and Supplemental Security Income (SSI). SSDI is based on the credits from the work that you have done in your life while SSI is a need based program.
What is ?
is a that causes small under the in places where the rubs together (armpits, thighs, groin and anus – apocrine or ). These can break open and cause tunnels under the in the . The result can be odorous, itching, painful and inflamed pustules.
usually starts between the ages of 20 and 29 and in some individuals it worsens with age. Being a woman or having a relative with increases your chances of having it. Infection and thick scars are frequent complications (Via Mayo Clinic ).
depends on the severity of the flare of . A warm compress, NSAIDS, steroids, hormone therapy and topicals can be used. Accutane can also be prescribed.
If these methods fail, biologic injections (like or and Remicade) can be given. Surgery may also be needed but even with surgery the bumps may come back again (Via WebMD ). Deroofing (including of the ), excision and liquid nitrogen are all surgical options.
The most important factor in receiving Social Security benefits is the severity of your illness. Simply being diagnosed with (or any other ) is not enough to be found disabled. You must show that your is preventing you from engaging in substantial gainful activity.
Listing 8.06 requires that last for at least 3 months despite following medical . Unfortunately, an outbreak for can last for years or a few months. If your have lasted more than 3 months even though you are following medical , you may meet this listing.
The Medical Vocational Guidelines (SSA Grid Rules) may offer help for those over 50 years of age with lesions that affect their ability to walk or stand. Aprocrine glands occur in parts of the body that feel friction when the body moves. Friction can cause lesions and may prevent you from moving without .
According to the Foundation, metabolic syndrome, cardiovascular , and thyroid can occur with . In addition, there seems to be a relationship between (IBD), especially , and . The combination of your and your other impairments may prevent you from engaging in substantial gainful activity.
Plainly speaking, you need to have lesions that are not responding to medication or that are recurring at a rate that is making your daily life difficult to be approved for . Unfortunately, in my clients with this , even surgery on the does not always work and can make the worse. But for others, their lesions are controlled with .
If burning, Social Security for as soon as possible. Delay may cause you to lose benefits!, itching, odor, other symptoms or side effects are stopping you from working, apply for
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