Hi I'm elmar, male, 20 years old, my chronic hbv aq, nlaman ko un nung ngpamedical ako for my ojt, 17 plng aq nun nung nlaman ko sobrang lumo ko dahil mdami ako pangarap, pero hindi ako sumuko, tutal since birth bilang lng sa daliri ung mga tym n ngtake ako ng sigarilyo at uminom ng alak sinabayan Ko pa ng proper diet at 4x a wik sa gym, umasa akong matatanggal ko tong virus sa katawan ko, pngpatuloy ko pdn pg aaral ko, hrm aq at kkgraduate ko lng dis last April 2013 4 yirs ang tnapos ko, after ko mkgraduate ngapply aq, since 3years nkong hindi ng a undergo ng mga test ngbakasakali nlng aq n magaling nko, but I was so dissappointed nung nlman ko ang result ng medical ko, still positive pdn aq sa hbv, ngaun parang pngbagsakan ako ng langit at lupa even my girlfriend for almost 5yirs nppncin ko n prang iwas n sken dahil sa kalagayan ko, sya p nmn ung inaasahan kong mgbbgay ng lakas ng loob sakin pra lumaban pa sa sakit ko, sobrang depress ako ngaun dahil sa sakit n to, if my paraan lng para mawala to :(
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