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poodlelover28

547d

TW // vomiting blood . . . . . I'm so conflicted on what to do. I was trying to go to sleep but I couldn't sleep because my back hurts really bad and then I threw up a bunch of blood. I haven't thrown up anymore but I'm still really scared. As much as I hate going to the hospital, I feel like I need to go because this has been an ongoing issue for like 6 months or more but it's never this much blood. My mom doesn't think I should go though but I'm terrified. I did get paid but because I missed a lot of work my check was less than $700 and the copayment is going to be like $175-$250 even with insurance and I have other bills I'm late on. I know you all aren't doctors but what should I do?

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    • poodlelover28

      546d

      @InTheVoid no it was only once and the only thing they could tell was wrong is my liver is fatty but that's it. I'm not doing well I keep having non epileptic seizures now.

    • InTheVoid

      546d

      Has the blood vomiting continued into now? How are you feeling?

      • poodlelover28

        546d

        @InTheVoid no it was only once and the only thing they could tell was wrong is my liver is fatty but that's it. I'm not doing well I keep having non epileptic seizures now.

    • Mommaspoondani

      547d

      If you are vomiting blood you should go to the hospital. That is not normal.

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