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    Is eczema a disability?
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    no
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    no
    thats a bit blunt innit - why aint it
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    I don't think its called as a disability, even when its quite severe but it still is a very uncomfortable thing to live with.

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    thats a bit blunt innit - why aint it
    ur reply is a bit thick innit
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    I don't think its called as a disability, even when its quite severe but it still is a very uncomfortable thing to live with.

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    Yeah I'm trying to find out for applications because it asks if I have a disability but I'm not sure if it counts - I had one of the most severe cases they had seen in their 30 years as doctors
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    Its not a disability however bad it was. Sorry babes x
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    Its not a disability however bad it was. Sorry babes x
    Ok Thanks I'm glad I've found out. Just inquisitive I guess. There could be worse things to have so I feel sorry for anyone with any of those things
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    You only have a disability if it affects your life to such an extent where it causes problems with doing everyday things such as eating, drinking, communicating, walking, etc.
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    (Original post by brainzistheword)
    Is eczema a disability?
    I have had Eczema all my life to the extent that half of my life was in a hospital bed. I would not say it's a disability however it really depends on how it effects you. I remember the days where I could see flesh at the bottom of my feet so I could hardly walk.

    Hundreds have doctors over the years said "You will have this for life"

    Thank god I grew out of it within the past 3 years. (currently age 20)
 
 
 
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