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Why is my life so hard?

 
 
Reply Fri 1 Jul, 2016 02:32 pm
I'm almost 19. I just feel really stuck in life. I have so many health issues. For the past 1 and a 1/2 years , I've had ingrown toenails and those who have it know how annoying it is. It hasn't gone away. I've had multiple surgeries and I had one recently. It's been 14 days and I've been recovering from taking multiple doses for antibiotics for it. Antibiotics have made my body so weak. My stomach always feels bloated. I have gastric pains. This also causes my back to hurt. Amidst all this, I had ringworm twice this year and it looks like I'm getting another one. I've taken medicines for it in the past and it seemed to go away. I've put on weight because I'm not able to workout much. I'm never completely healthy. I feel so helpless. I have really bad anxiety. I'm starting to wonder if my life is really worth it. I look at my friends living it up during vacation and i'm here, sitting at home, trying to( at least )survive. Every time a problem is solved, it seems like another one crops up. I'm sick of this life. I shouldn't be having all these health issues so early in life. What should i do? :'(
 
cicerone imposter
 
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Reply Fri 1 Jul, 2016 03:23 pm
@awkward25snowflake,
Go see a psychiatrist. You have mental and physical health problems that requires immediate attention. Call your local social services agency to ask about free care if you can't afford it.
You just need outside intervention that can help you cure your problems.
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dalehileman
 
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Reply Fri 1 Jul, 2016 03:51 pm
@awkward25snowflake,
Awk there are a number of compounds, OTC and 'scrip, that quell anxiety
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jespah
 
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Reply Fri 1 Jul, 2016 05:02 pm
@awkward25snowflake,
There are counseling services at the vast majority of schools. Seek yours out.
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farmerman
 
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Reply Sat 2 Jul, 2016 03:27 pm
@awkward25snowflake,
have you had a good going over by an internal med specialist. (Your primary care guys can send you). Im not doing any diagnosing but you have several classic symptoms of Lyme disease, including bacterial infections due to compromised immune system, pancreatitis -like symotoms, general focused aches. You need to get to the bottom of your med issues cause it sounds like the depression could also be a Lyme symptom.

I had a Lyme event just a few years ago and it left me with several symptomologies that took about 2 yers to get over and then I got a bad pancreatitis and everyone said that this could NEVER be associated with a LYME disease bag of stuff (Until I read an article by some teaching physicians who were doing a statistical breakdown on the mass of symptoms that can occur)

Do you recall ever bei ng bitten by a very tiny tick?
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Reply Tue 5 Jul, 2016 05:54 am
@awkward25snowflake,
I think I exercise is missing, instead of being on the defensive side you should be on the offensive. Take some vitamins, exercise and more positive thinking.

I kind of feel you bro because I had tonsilitis almost every month and also dosed with a lot of antibiotics. After a while I tried to do a different approach, I boost myself in vitamins and voila I seldom get 'em tonsilitis and other diseases as well. After that I tried to go really health and added up exercise in my weekly regimen.

Hope this helps, sincerely.
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