About Me: Female, 37, bakersfield, CA, member since Jun 2009
HI, I am a 30 year old stay at home mother of a beautiful 2 yr old girl. I am married for my second time. I have always had a lot of health problems, but was always accused of being a hypcondriac from my family because I had so many things wrong. I am tired of being ti
[More]red and want to know if there are other people out there like me.
Just a quick note to say hi! I am so sorry to read of your problems. I am 44 and have had a lot of issues with my heart due to being stupid with cocaine and now I have CAD. I know how it feels to have pains all over your body , I have fibro type issues and arthritis in my C-Spine which really makes my whole spine hurt like hell. I too was told I was a hypochondriac and no one ever believed me when I said I had issues. I really wish you good luck , at least you have a husband to help you..as of now I have no one.
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