About Me: Female, 40, Happy, TX, member since Apr 2010
I am 35 (36 in May 2010) I am a diabetic, I have Asthmatic Bronchitis (They are wr5ong when they say only smokers have this condition I was born with it diagnosed from birth because my dad was a smoker before during and after conception/pregnancy) I have panic Disorder,
[More] BPD (if you, or someone you know have/has it you know what it is if not all you NEED to know is it's a mental disorder) OCD and Bi-polar (No BPD Is not the same as Bi-polar Disorder Technically Bi-polar Disorder is simply called BP). Anyway I also have a scalp condition that medicated shampoo is nto helping and the doctor does not know what it is. That is me for the most part if you want to know anything else just ask me (except don't ask about BPD as I will not try to explain something I don't completely understand myself as each doctor/Therapist tells me something different and I have given up trying to understand the details.)
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