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Ballistic

War Hero
I went to my GP following the seizure, told him a full account of what happened. He referred me to a neuro who took a full account from me as well. MRI showed nothing. It was left there.

GP and Neuro have records of the seizure.
Show all that to the relevant people.
 

Maxpowers

Lantern Swinger
You said you had a seizure but is there actual documentation saying that, Im not qualified to give any advise what so ever, but if the tests came up clear and it is not written somewhere in you records that you had a seizure this may be grounds to apeal as you would appealing a diagnosis?
 

Maxpowers

Lantern Swinger
seeking advice from AFCO is best . It’s all speculation on here.
But if you can provide evidence to prove your diagnosis was incorrect that is grounds for appealing speaking from my experience of appealing.
 

Ballistic

War Hero
@Ballistic
What do you mean?
You asked:
Is there anything I can do at this point to help sway the decision?
And I said:
I went to my GP following the seizure, told him a full account of what happened. He referred me to a neuro who took a full account from me as well. MRI showed nothing. It was left there.

GP and Neuro have records of the seizure.
Show all that to the relevant people.
Show the records to the decision makers.
 
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