I am a 56 yr old woman, retired 14 yrs on disability. I was born sick, as my mother breastfed my sister throughout her pregnancy and was anemic. I was hospitalized many times from birth til age 3. Fairly average childhood illnesses after that, though I could never run, or had much stamina. Very small, with an underdeveloped chest (concave). Being treated for or diagnosed with: lupus overlapped with fibromyalgia and multi-connective tissue disease; asthma/emphysema/copd; obstructive sleep apnea; anxiety; obesity. Have been told I am or have been: anemic; borderline hypothyroid; borderline hypertension and high cholesterol; heart murmur; GERD, resolved by surgery; diverticulitis, resolved by surgery; renal colic; cervical spine pain; tmj syndrome; chronic fatigue.......and so much more. Is this too much for one person? 4 doctors all have one goal, maintenance. None give hope of any restorability. Any input so appreciated.Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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