I am concerned having had chronic fatigue and polyalthrialgia for four years now after taking a drug for skin complaint, the Dr thinks I will not recover and may end up in a wheelchair. I am a mature student in my second of a four-year course. I have the luxury of planning my own day at the moment so if I have a tired attack I can go to bed immediately, but a full time employer will not understand this, I’m worried I will never hold down a job for very long, hence go back to the way I was before my degree, living in poverty and disgusting living conditions, due to lack of energy and not being able to keep up, physically or mentally, with a job. I am coping ok at the moment with my degree, but hoping for the future, are there any more success stories, or coping mechanisms for anyone with this condition?Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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Is it sensitive skin or something else?