I can see more clearly now......if you try for the job and can't do it then you would lose what you havenow.....it makes the decision musch more difficult.......my daughter is in a similar boat without insurance though she does not have the pain problems that you have.........my wife and I have our own pain issues and this is one of the reasons whe is understanding of my pain......I work though it does not help my pain but it provides me with a good wage and insurance for myself and my son.....I stay where I am due to the benifit of disability in the form of 70%of my wage if I need surgery for non job related injuries......it is a double edged sword......I wish there wre something I could do for you but other than being on this site there is not.....I have passed on job openings due to the medications I take and while it can be frustrating it is notthe same thing that you have to deal with.......I will hope for you the best and keep you in my thoughts...takecare==treedad
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