About Me: Female, 43, exeter, United Kingdom, member since Aug 2012
Hi im 39 years old, and suffer from, anxiety and panic disorder, personality disorder, post traumatic disorder, after the death off my father 9 years ago i was 6 months pregnant with my 5th child. He died off a heart attack since then im constantly worried its going to
[More] happen to me. Feb 2012 i was dignoised with 2 PE left and right lungs, was sent into hospital and put on warferin and injections in my stomache. Im still currantly on warefrin as my inr are all ovber the place with new meds etc. I smoke 20-30 a day trying to stop but finding it so stresfull, im a mother off 5 kids 20-18-16-10-8 years. Im also living with my partner whith whom im getting married to next september 2013. I also seem to have aquired severe paranoia in the last few months, dont know where thats come from ie medication-pain releif side affects i dont know.
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