I have been suffering for the past 2.5 years from BPV. I have been admitted to the hospital, had the million dollar work up, i have seen about 10-15 doctors regarding this...and finally i think they may have it figured out. The issue is that I was let go from my job about a year ago, It seems hit or miss if i can even drive my kids to and from school (they cannot take a bus)-the problem i am having now is that it seems like family and friends dont understand what im going through, and they seem to be less willing to help me out. Like i said its been 2.5 years! i try to explain that i am not always feeling well enough to drive...what do i do to explain what the hell i am feeling? This is taking a toll on most of my relationships....even the marriage.
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