In 2011/2012 I was seeing a psychiatrist who had told me I was beyond qualified for SSDI. I applied on my own and was denied , with the reasons being that "my condition had significantly improved" ummm no, it hasn't. (AVM bled 4 years ago)).
I'm still left with partial blindness in both eyes, I've been diagnosed with depression (unknown sort), Postpartum depression (after having first baby), and may be diagnosed with postpartum again since I just had my second baby. I'll be under the care of a psychiatrist therapist again for my mental health due to the stroke that my AVM caused. My AVM also bled, which I think is the reason I've had some behavioral/emotional issues that linger (and have caused some serious legal consequences in my life recently). Did I not word things right or do things right the first time around? I'm guessing it was dumb to apply on my own, but now I'm feeling like I'm out of luck. I'm doing everything I can now to keep my mental health and my physical health in check. Should I involve all the docs I'm seeing too?
Sorry if this seems all scatterbrained, I just started new meds and learned I was diagnosed as having an epilepsy condition as well. Meds seem to make my thoughts scattered at times >_<
Thanks for your help!