Social Security Disability or Supplement Security Income for Kidney Disease: Part 2

I have dialysis 3 times a week and still cannot get approved for Social Security Disability. I have been hearing people talking about the eBook “How to win your Social Security Disability or Supplemental Security Disability Case without an Attorney” and it will help you with your Initial Claim, Appeal, and Random Quality Review. So am going to take a chance and buy the book because, at this point, I have nothing lose but everything to gain.

I have dialysis 3 times a week and still cannot get approved for Social Security Disability. I have been hearing people talking about the eBook “How to win your Social Security Disability or Supplemental Security Disability Case without an Attorney” and it will help you with your Initial Claim, Appeal, and Random Quality Review. So am going to take a chance and buy the book because, at this point, I have nothing lose but everything to gain.

The levels of low estimated glomerular filtration rate (eGFR). In order for you to qualify is by showing reduced glomerular filtration, you must prove you are suffering from one of the following:

  • fluid overload syndrome despite taking prescribe medication, documented by diastolic hypertension, signs of vascular congestion or anasarca (massive edema or swelling), or anorexia with weight loss and BMI of 18.0 or less.
  • peripheral neuropathy (inability to filter toxic substances from the blood)
  • renal bone degradation and bone pain.

Nephrotic Syndrome

Now we are going discuss blue book listing 6.06 for a group classification for kidney diseases that show evidenced by more protein in your urine and swelling (edema) of several levels. However, low serum albumin (hypoalbuminemia) and hyperlipidemia (high cholesterol) are occasionally present. In order for you to be automatically granted disability benefits under listing 6.06 you must have extreme edema for at least three months or more:

  • low serum albumin levels with one or the other fairly high levels of protein in the urine or a total-protein-to-creatine ratio of 3.5 or greater, or
  • very high levels of protein in the urine.

Complications of Chronic Kidney Disease

Unfortunately, if you have kidney disease, but does not meet one of the blue book listings, above, then you may still get SSD Benefits only if you experienced serious complications for at least a year. For instance, some people with kidney disease and suffer from heart failure, severe kidney failure that need hemodialysis, hypertensive crisis, or stroke. Also, you can qualify under blue book listing 6.06 if you have been hospitalized at least three times for your complication and at least 30 days apart within in one year.

If you were hospitalized at least three times for such complications (at least 30 days apart)

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