I have a question maybe some of you can help me. I am 38 and I have had chronic pelvic pain since Oct of 08. I lost my job going through all this mess. I had a total hyst in Feb 09 and they found endo and adenomyosis through biopsy. I am still in pain all the time and I have seen many Dr's to try to help me and no one can figure out why I'm still in pain other than saying chronic pelvic pain. I was told to go on disability but I cant see myself doing that either. Some one has to help me find that medium place where I can function daily with out being in so much pain. I am going to get a second opinion from a gastrologist and I am having some tests done on my bladder to rule that out on Monday. I am also seeing a pain specialist but I cant get in to see her till Oct. 8th. I came across a job at a nursing home my sister in law works for. I would be taking caare of all medical billing, payroll,...just about all the paperwork for the residents that live there and incoming. It's a demanding job but there is no lifting. I have my interview on Tuesday with the Adminstrator and I know I can mentaly do the job and some what physicaly till I can get to see the pain specialist. How do I tell her about my condition with out scaring her off into hiring me? When she called me for the interview I did tell her I have chronic pelvic pain and my sister in law didnt tell her about my condition so that was frustrating. I thought she would have said something. I'm just not sure how to word it with out having a chance at this job?? any help would be great....Staci
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