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Rachel, Docs.are not really conversant with DLA rules and sometimes do more harm than good. If you go down this route you must be sure that your GP or Consultant really understands the problems you have in everyday living.
(They only see you for a brief spell at a Consultation and don't necessarily connect with things like can you rinse your hair)

One answer which is perfectly acceptable is to ask your Doc. to submit information on his own paper rather than any form. If he gives this to you to enclose with your application you can either send it or not depending on whether it seems helpful.

Incidentally not all Benefits Agency Docs. are bad. I have seen several and they have been helpful and pleasant.
x Lola
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