About Me: Female, 30, englewood, FL, member since Apr 2012
I'm 26 years old, I got pregnant at 21 and had an abortion. After that I had what I would call a Nervous Breakdown and started using drugs, massive amounts of drugs and i started using them intravenously. I am now clean and sober and have been for 3-4 years now. I got H
[More]epatitis C and with my history of Depression I couldn't take Interferon but I started taking Milk Thistle and now all I have is the antibody. I also have a lot of stomach problems and I was kidnapped in January of 2011 and had a car accident plus one in 2006 previous to that. I now have PTSD, Severe Anxiety, a Traumatic Brain Injury, Chronic Pain, Joint Pain, Migraines and I am on A LOT of medication. I am currently trying to ween myself off of my oxycodone because my mother has such a problem with it she moved me away from everything I knew and loved. I also take xanax and it is starting not to work, I think partly because of the withdrawals. Also i am on SSI.
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