January 21, 2018
Sjorgren’s. Hypoparathyroidism. Skin cancer. Fibromyalgia. Chronic Pain Syndrome. Scoliosis. Carpal tunnel syndrome. Osteoarthritis. Arthritis. Episodes of rapid heartbeat and PVCs. Dry Eye Syndrome, both eyes. Peripheral artery disease. Asthma. History of broken bones (leg, ribs, and feet/toes). Major depressive disorder; recurrent. Anxiety. Lumbar disc degeneration. History of duodenal ulcer. Complete hysterectomy, bilateral mastectomy (both breasts removed). Gall bladder removed. Right Ischiogluteal Bursitis. Atherosclerosis of Aorta (due to intense radiation “treatments” in that area). Recurring Pleural Effusion, requiring draining of area around left lung. Permanent right side vocal cords paralysis occurring during surgery to remove most of my parathyroid glands. Hypertension. Oral Mucositis. Angina Pectoris. Bladder surgery to lift bladder and attach it to the pubic bone. Brain fog, and on and on…. I also cannot suffer blunt-force trauma to my chest because the radiation made the ribs there very brittle – physical CPR would be possibly life-ending.
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