What happens to my disability payments if I win 10k or so
Posted 15 May 2012 - 11:14 PM
Posted 16 May 2012 - 12:29 AM
It might have no effect because SSD is not based on needs, they don't ask you
how much you have in savings or in an IRA. It is based on what you deserve
from your past earned income.
Ask a lawyer.
'Mania is a dangerous Mistress.' BPLadybug
Treatment: 900 mgs Lithium, 900 mgs Neurontin, 400 mgs Seroquel, Xanax prn, Temazepam, fish oil, vitamins, Vit. D 5, 000 IU, exercize, some talk therapy and CBT Therapy. Exercize helps as does the Light Box; 30 mins every morning. I also have physical health challenges.
Posted 16 May 2012 - 08:39 AM
A lawyer or someone on SSI could give you more detailed info. But my advice is to deal with now rather than wait for your annual review.
Please don't spend the money gambling. It is one of the most common addictions in my state, and I've learned through hard lessons like blowing my rent money gambling (while manic) that it only ends up hurting you.
Meds Currently On: Depakote 2000 mg, Risperdal 8 mg, Latuda 80 mg, Prozac 60 mg, Vyvanse 70 mg, Propranolol 40 mg BID, Klonopin 2 mg BID PRN
Meds Sort-Of Mental Related: Lipitor 40 mg, Zofran 4 mg PRN, Fioricet PRN, Stadol PRN, Botox received on 8/16/13
I post on an iPhone, so please forgive grammatical errors or strange word inclusions. It's the auto correct!
Posted 16 May 2012 - 01:39 PM
Bipolar I & Anxiety. Self diagnosed cunt.
My New (old) Meds: (previously these kept me the most stable)
Lithium ER 1350 mgs.
Lamictal 200 mgs.
Klonopin 2 mgs.
Practicing CBT, DBT, and ACT self-help therapy.
Crazy since the 80's!
Posted 16 May 2012 - 03:59 PM
Do not gamble. It is no different than spending sprees (my weakness) in bipolars. It will cost you big time.
Go see your pdoc. You may need a medication adjustment.
I am not one and simple, but complex and many. . . .
~ Virginia Woolf
Dx: c-PTSD, Bipolar I with Psychosis, DDNOS, Migraines
Rxs: Remeron 15mgm, Wellbutrin 450mg, Klonopin 0.5 - 1 mg prn, Amantadine 100mg bid, Ambien 10 mg, Imitrex 100mg prn
Posted 16 May 2012 - 04:03 PM
**My work is done. Swimming for the nearest shore.**