I have chemical induced asthma which is a work related injury that has gradually worsened over the 6 years I have had it. I am totally disabled from the condition which has completely altered my life. I just need to talk to others who experience the everyday depression of being on extreme amount of medicine, people not understanding your situation, not being able to live a so called normal life and the basic whining we all need to get out if our system. I forgot how to be happy and enjoy life, I feel like the 'Nothing' (it's from a movie I used to watch with my kids) has taken over me and I can't shake what is going on in my life. I came on this site to learn from other points of views on their daily struggles and how they deal with it. Thank you.
Today officially marked 2 years since I lost my best and most loyal companion to me. Her name was Emmy. She was a 5 pound Malti-Poo dog, a mix between Maltese and Poodle. I loved her with all of my heart and still do. She is sitting in a specially crafted urn in one of our nicest cabinets in the house with her collar and tags still attached. I remember this day like it was yesterday though... I...
My pulse is at 79 bpm, which is a lot loer than it used to be, but my O2 level is only 80% which i know is low. On my action plan there are three zones green = good, yellow = not perfect but ok and just to keep an eye on it, and red = bad score. I've also been congested in my lungs..my question is that is thiz a time when i should go to the hospita?What do you guyz think?Wh