CPP approvals usually hing on the medical opinions, rather than writing a convincing letter. To get approved your doctors would need to say that 1) you are currently unable to work due to your symptoms, side effects, etc and 2) you will be off work indefinitely. If your doctor gives this type of information you have a high chance of getting approved. In your letter, you need to review your day to day struggles and why you could not function in a workplace. The key in these cases is usually the “prolonged” aspect. So you need your doctor to confirm this is not a short term thing and you will be off work indefinitely or have a risk of death.
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