having a real hard time swaolling and spelling going to seemy dc feb 9 im nt getting better more and more problems sometimes i think i need to be 8ft down i know i should not talk like this just another thing to deal with
Ireneliz, please know we all know where you're coming from-this can be so frustrating! Have you called your doctor-I'm not any kind of specialist but trouble swallowing and forgetting how to spell-I would call and let him or her know-they may want to see you right away if these are new symptoms.
As for the other-I know just what you mean there too. Sometimes I think if I have to live like this the rest of my life I'd just rather not. But in between spells, I know this is the pain and exhaustion and depression talking, not the real me. I try really hard when I'm having a real bad week to just think about 10 minutes from now-I refuse to even think about later today.
Don't be embarrassed to talk to your PC about this also. He or she can refer you for counseling and possibly medication. I'm don't mean to sound preachy-I just really feel your pain and wish I could help. Hang in there! And we're here for you!
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