A main reason for wondering is that I am trying to find a new doctor and general treatment. I have a general understanding that SSA would require history of treatments and visits, but beyond that, I don't know much about the process.It shouldn't matter how many MDs you've seen as long as you keep track of who and when so you can produce documentation should they request a review of your case.• If medical improvement is "not expected," the case will be reviewed in seven years.I think I fall into this category, but it's been 10 or 11 years now since I quailified for SSDI and I haven't heard anything from them about a review, yet.Bille-mailed and posted
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