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Endocrine disorders and Social Security Disability benefits

On Behalf of | Aug 30, 2022 | Social Security Disability

If you suffer from an endocrine disorder, you could face a wide variety of challenges on a daily basis. Whether your body produces too much of a certain hormone or not enough, you could deal with physical, mental and financial hurdles. In some instances, these disorders prevent people from carrying out their job responsibilities.

Fortunately, Social Security Disability benefits serve as a lifeline for some people who struggle with endocrine disorders. It is important to take a close look at the information on their website in order to understand this issue more clearly.

Different endocrine disorders that Social Security considers

According to the Social Security Administration, they look at various types of endocrine disorders when determining if someone applying for SSD benefits is eligible. For example, some people secure disability benefits due to pituitary, parathyroid and thyroid gland disorders. Additionally, Social Security reviews adrenal and pancreatic gland disorders, diabetes mellitus, hyperglycemia and hypoglycemia.

Disability benefits and the impact of an endocrine disorder

An endocrine disorder could create many challenges in your life, from physical complications to emotional challenges and financial hardships. Aside from costs related to medical care, you could face significant financial burdens if you cannot work because of an endocrine disorder.

There are many different types of endocrine disorders, and the way in which these disorders impact people varies. If you have become disabled and unable to hold a job as a result of an endocrine disorder, it is pivotal to take a close look at the possibility of securing Social Security Disability benefits and carefully approach the application process if you decide to move forward.