i think what I have is rare ,it can be classified as ADD but that doesn't really cover it adequately , i struggled to get myself fixed after a miserable life experience a<br />
and requires me to take amphetamines every day .yet they simply have me as I should be ,I'm wired backwards opiates speed me up uppers have me calm and happy .help me sleep . yes I' m unique .unfortunately '
and hopefully I can stay as such ,no point worrying that what I do now will not work in the future ,I live my life as I like now but I would rather die than relive most of my life it was a nightmare everyday wishing was my last yet worked and did everything
yet inside twas dead
i had hits and misses with meds . its a biological thing but to find the magic bullet is not often so easy ,At least your doing good in that you can communicate,things will get better they really do ,, just hang in there and do not .repeat do not blame yourself ,life has dealt you a bad hand we both know is not simply feeling down is a medical situation , hold off all negative beliefs of yourself , be your own advocate :D
Had a 107.2 heatstroke. Broke my hypathalimus and can no longer eat normally. I can only eat small portions daily instead of 3 really good meals. If I eat more than I should, my body heats up like an oven and I'm sick/done for the next few hours. :)
Sucks a bit, sucked more when I didn't understand it, was sick all the time. Now I just eat through out the day instead of having meals. Kinda sad in itself but I'm still alive dammit.
Honestly don't know. I mentally know when to stop now, but can push past it and feel sick knowingly. Only do that on special occasions though. Having your entire body feeling like it has a bad sunburn from the inside until it subsides is quite a turn off.
Extended heat exhaustion culminating in the heatstroke.
I was in Basic. Two week to finish when I dropped. All I was told was I said "I'm going down" and woke up in a hospital. My father was already on a plane because they thought I was going to die.
inherited spinocerebellar ataxia type 2..aphonia.. and symptom are..body and central nervous system break down..muscular seizures..lost ability to speak.. and living with it is just a matter of treating symptoms..so adjusting is the best you can do before it kills you. lol morbid..but I laugh about it because..why cry?
Thanks but I am okay with it..other people have it worse..they have to live..i get to go..LOL :)
Well..you don't really know how you are going to be until you know..then you can choose to be depressed or fight back.. I ain't going out easy..I just know I am going..and I can accept that. :)
LOL..Nope I am a stubborn man..I want thing to be on my terms. :)
Just a rare version of a very common disease, luckily it's a rather innocent version :)
SDHB mutation of a genetic paraganglion syndroom. In short cancer :)
It's not curable, since it's genetic, I was born with it. The symptoms are mainly growth of tumours in annoying places like vertabras, so I have a little problem in my lower back that keeps me from jogging :)
You can live to be a 100 but if a vertrbra breaks you could get a leasia. The chemo put a big hold on growth so let's see what how long we can manage :D
Indeed, so what is your hidden anger :D
Isn't it time for some action then, maybe stop being unhappy and leave ? Relations are all the same, either with a partner or an employer, if it doesn't do it for you, quit !
I'm glad to hear that at least you are looking for a way out because abuse hardly ends by itself. Is there no one that can help you short term like family ?
That leaves one option, put meds in his food to clam him down like a tranquilizer, kill him in his sleep if you have too :D
If you feed the body to the gators who will know it's you ?
He just didn't come home like before so no need to inform the law right away :D
We need more vets, a lot of people need to be put down in my oppinion :)
I have CRS disease
Can't Remember Stuff
I have Spino-Cerebellar Ataxia. That's kind of rare.
A neurological disorder that attacks the nervous system, mostly affecting motor control. It's similar to Parkinson's Disease, but not fatal. Well, not usually.
Definitely not curable. Not so far.