About Me: Female, 28, cadillac, MI, member since May 2013
I am 27 yrs old. I haven't always had the best health but I never just let anything go either. I have one lil boy and hes 5. I am a recovering drug addict. been clean a year in july. after I got clean I moved away from everyone I knew and didn't know where I could get a
[More]nything. ive only live here in my new place sense march 1st and not too long after moving in I end up getting really ill and the 3rd time being to the ER I was admitted to ICU for 3 days. I have a list of things that was going on with me then but a week after I get out I get even worse. so bad ive been in and out of the hospital 7 times in the last month and a half. im not getting any better nothing. I have a book of symptoms and no doctor can tell me anything. they have even tried admitting me to a nut house and theres clearly something wrong with me. I cant take this anymore I really need so answers.
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