I was diagnosed with Schizoeffective Disorder, Bi-Polar, PTSD, Anxiety, Osteoporosis, Depression, IBS, OCD and am now taking medication for all illnesses. Had a grand mal seizure Dec 07, died, was revived, no explanation for the seizure ever given. Broke 4 vertebrae whi
[More]le being revived, and found I have severe Osteoporosis. Fifth broken vertebra was an "old" injury, I just dont know when it happened. Since I originally wrote this, I now have 2 more damaged vertibrae C3 & 4, and again I dont know how it happened. Also had mild seizure Apr 11, woke up with blood all over my pillow and a chunck bitten out of my cheek.
My severe osteoporosis has caused me dental problems, my teeth are breaking out, and I have to go to surgery July 22 to have 4 molars removed and posts with false teeth have to go in, that is, if they feel that my jaws will hold the posts, along with this is a bone graf, where they get the bone from I dont know.
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