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Old 06-23-2024, 10:02 AM #11
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Don't leave anything in the remarks. if you leave the remarks blank, the form is processed by a computer program. If you write in the remarks a person has to review it.

it is ok to choose worse for that current state of your illness.

The reason i am telling to fill out the hospitalization is because that is what an official New York State guide to filling out cdr's said to do. They also said to leave remarks section blank. Also with hospitalizations it is asking for any hospitalizations.
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Does that mean to leave blank even if I am in california? I am also worried cause we have not talk about going back to work due to I feel that's not something I am ready for yet. So if it's read by a computer won't it be red by a human if I am putting in hospitalization/surgery. This is so confusing
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Thank you. So does anyone know why they want to know about hospitalization/surgery.? Is that to see if we are being honest or something? For my last visit should I put "follow-up,medicine,medicine " since all my physicist appointments are to come in and give medicine and see if we need to up or down them.

We have not discussed working because that has not even came up since I am not socializing with anyone(stay home in my room)
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you are over thinking this and making it more complicated than it needs to be.

It doesnt matter if you are in california , new york or nebraska. the New York Guide was useful to everyone getting a cdr.

The only section you should leave blank is the remarks or comments section. There is no upside to making remarks or comments for a short form cdr.

Everything else you have to answer.

For whether you discussed with your doctor going back to work, just answer you did not discuss going back to work with your doctor. thats fine.

for the last 3 visits it is recommended to just put the condition or illness or illnesses that got you approved for ssdi or ssi. nothing else.

as far as hospitalizations, just put them down. there is no downside to that.

this is the best that i can explain it
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Thank you for all this information. I just realized the form only has date completed and my phone number. There is no where to sign. Is that a mistake?
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Hi Avila89,
It's been a while since I had to deal with these Social Security disability reviews but with MS since I was in my late 30s, I have had to do quite a few of them. I can think of one reason why you should definitely include any hospitalizations/surgeries on the form: those are stressful situations, showing how much stress you've been having to put up with. It could help your case, seems to me.

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you are welcome.

who knows why they want some things and not others. most people who work there dont even know. if there is no where to sign dont sign it.

i havent filled one out since 2015. only got two short forms in 20 years. none for last 8 years.

The New york state guide has helped many people. unfortunately is hasnt been online for a couple of years now.

good luck, let me know how you make out.
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