Thanks, Gabby!!! I wish you could too! Hehe
I had medical assistance years ago because of getting pregnant. They gave it to me for the baby. Once I found out I had gestational trophoblastic disease and the pregnancy was not going to work out, I had to have surgery for it. That was the end of that
BUT the state took my insurance away due to not having a baby! Even though my doc thought I had MS and wrote a long letter to them practically begging them to not take the insurance away-- saying that I needed it very badly for my own health. The people at the welfare office lied to me for 3 months saying that I'd get it back after it lapsed. They ended up never giving it back to me.
And I've been suffering ever since. Even worse, the severe neurological symptoms have also remained. This country is BS with it's healthcare system. They tend to not help their own people (people born and raised here); I have no teaching hospitals around me, no money to move as of now (we will as soon as we can-- for medical marijuana, etc.), clinics have stigmatized me like crazy and Obamacare is too much for me monthly b/c I make no money right now (I get fired a lot from jobs b/c of my health).
But I need to go back down to the welfare office and demand them to find a state insurance program for me again due to my medical (and mental health) needs, etc.
DX: Fibro, IBS, GERD, Daily headache, Migraine, Severe allergies, Bladder diverticulum, Mild kidney damage, Recurrent infections, Sinusitis. Bipolar Disorder, Borderline Personality, OCD / Dermatillomania. In the past: Gestational Trophoblastic Disease. + Undiagnosed issues; searching for the answers.
"You can't be brave if you've only had wonderful things happen to you" Mary Tyler Moore