I was sitting at home losing weight not feeling myself and became very unkempt and itchy
i thought i had depression
then my teeth started falling out too and some person who i wont name took me to e1 for a blood test
the e1 team got back to me the same day with a message
it was "my kidneys had failed totally and i had severe anemic!"plus other bits too.
i f i was not in hospital that day, then i would have died.no two ways about it,i was on my last legs.
now i get dialisis 3 times a weekand blood transfusionstoo, plus a lot of jabs tabletslotions and potions all of which are keeping me going till i can hopefully get a transplant.
in the past i never took appointments seriousley, now i hane more respect and im in their debt for all they have done and continue to do for me.
thanks are not enough!
i have to show the efforts are not in vein and become more aware of my own mortallity too.
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