Originally Posted by monkeytoes
Do you think that is too much information to submit to my new case reviewer???
Not sure one could actually send in "too much" information, unless it was unorganized, jumbled, and very confusing. As long as the information is orderly and streamlined, the more the better as far as I'm concerned.
And, Goldyfm brings up a great point about your medications. Get a print out from your pharmacy showing all your scripts filled there. Just call and ask for a print out and they will ask you how far back you want to go...I'd go back to your date of disability, or at least to a point to where heavy medications (or medications related to your condition(s)) started.
If you're like most people applying for SSDI, your meds are probably regular type things and filled at one pharmacy. Thus, it makes for a really nice streamlined justification. It also shows your overall history, or length of time taking them. Simply put, it adds legitimacy to your claim.....And just like other documentation, the more meds you have filled on a regular basis, the better your application. Not only do meds give a reviewer a general indication of your situation / condition, but the meds themselves are issues....They are the "results" or factors of your condition(s)....Have side effects and etc, especially pain meds.
Best of luck to you.