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bella420

1026d

Hello in November of 2011 i was officially diagnosed with this condition my anxiety levels have gone up my depression has gotten worse i have days where i cant get out of bed an walk i am also partially paralyzed on my left side i soak in hot baths i have nights where i cant sleep then sleep all day i was also diagnosed with PTSD an ibs 😥

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    • EvilOne

      1009d

      Tiny it sounds like such a raw deal you've been going through. I'm very sorry for all your loss. You very strong to be able to carry on. Just my mother dying suddenly disable me from life. I didn't find and reason to want to go on. After that my dad didn't want me around. It felt like he was just pretending for my mom and this is my real dad. It's still hurts like a fresh wound and this was 4 years ago and I still haven't talked to him since. Things like this are so traumatic and life altering. I wish the physical pain would go away. I get knots in my shins, rashes , severe pain in my hip and my back and feet constantly ache badly. Can you suggest anything to ease the feet and behind my legs pain?

    • EvilOne

      1009d

      Tiny it sounds like such a raw deal you've been going through. I'm very sorry for all your loss. You very strong to be able to carry on. Just my mother dying suddenly disable me from life. I didn't find and reason to want to go on. After that my dad didn't want me around. It felt like he was just pretending for my mom and this is my real dad. It's still hurts like a fresh wound and this was 4 years ago and I still haven't talked to him since. Things like this are so traumatic and life altering. I wish the physical pain would go away. I get knots in my shins, rashes , severe pain in my hip and my back and feet constantly ache badly. Can you suggest anything to ease the feet and behind my legs pain?

    • Tiny

      1018d

      I'm glad you can still work. I have had this all of my life and it finally took me down between 53 and 55. I tried to work part time and did for a while but... I'm learning now or at least trying to get it lol not to push too hard. What no one understands is that is the only way I know how. All my life I was told things I couldn't do, so I did. My parents died when I was 15. A month apart. I was given full care of my 26 yr old brother who was paralyzed with a brain stem injury. He could move his head and a arm. About a month after we lost our mother I lost my first baby. I had no choice but to push as hard as I could then more. I'll be back, sorry I have to go

    • bella420

      1020d

      Thank u guys so much i have so much going on in my life i am seeing a therapist once a week via wedcam an i have a lot of stuff to work through its hard because im also partially paralyzed on my left side an walk with a limp but i do work so that makes me happy

    • lillyreborn

      1020d

      Having been on this journey for close to 30 years I can say we all have down days. I have found that I need to let myself have those days knowing I need to get up the next and move on. It is not easy because you life has changed and there is no going back. That is a grief process. Also know that there are a lot of people that are here to support you and you are not alone in this journey

    • Tiny

      1021d

      Oops wrong button lol anyway Bell honey just hang in there and when you need us we are going to be here for you. 💐

    • Tiny

      1021d

      💕hi Bella, I am right up here with you guys. I have fibromyalgia and all of the wonderful little bite ya in the butt things that go with ir. Most days are ok some are bleak and dreary , these days are a part of us. The now us. I personally try real hard to keep laughing. Much harder than it sounds.

    • my4dogsaremylife

      1022d

      I have the same thing. I'm an ambulatory wheelchair user. Have you researched Functional Neurological Disorder?

    • Lolita

      1025d

      Hey bella, I felt the same when I was diagnosed with fibro. I had my suspects, but when my doctor said it’s probably that, I gotta say that I also had a feeling of relief, that what I was suffering from finally has a name. How do your treat your anxiety? Do you see a therapist?

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