Two at once!

I hate my body. For almost 10 years has been in pain. I am searching still for a resolution to the source of my discomfort and might have a good lead. Because it doesn’t function right i had surgery to correct a congenital defect. Either as a result of the procedure or because there is no real “cure ” for the defect I continue to have problems.

Bipolar and broken, can’t beat that!

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11 thoughts on “Two at once!

  1. I’ve had to deal with a chronic illness and a mental illness at the same time before as well. It’s not easy but you’re not alone. Don’t stop looking for answers! Wishing you the best 🙂

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      1. I’ve had episodic migraines for 8 years. The past 2 years they’ve become chronic. I was diagnosed with Fibromyalgia about 5 years ago. I’ve been fighting anorexia, depression and anxiety for well over 15 years. I’m one year in recovery from anorexia. I still deal with depression and anxiety but I can control both for the most part.
        My stepfather is bipolar. I’ve seen the worst of the disease and I’m so sorry you have had to deal with the pain for so long. I’m not familiar with intestinal malrotation but I am going to google it right now lol.
        I can sympathize with the different forms of pain. Each pain is torture in its own right and then to deal with both is hell. Each require different forms of fighting, which are both exhausting. It’s important to keep fighting tho!

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      2. You have an excellent attitude. My son deals with migranes. I been spared that pain. I find headaches almost unbearable. Treatments are sparse and expensive for migranes. Have you been to a clinic?

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      3. A specialty clinic is my last resort. It all depends if my insurance will cover it. I’m sure you know how that game goes! I’m pushing for the Botox injections but we have to try medications first.

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  2. It’s funny, they use botox for a lot of things now. They started by ironing out people’s frowns. Now, it’s migranes, muscle spasms and i found out a while back, fissures. How do they administer for migranes? Do you know?

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