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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.


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