I went to see my doctor on Thursday. I asked him if possibly my smptoms could be Fibromyalgia and he said it was a very good possibility. He reffered me to a Rhuematologist down at Primary Children's Hospital and my mom is thinking about taking me to see him. My doctor also said that he doesn't want to give me an immediate diagnosis because then the doctors quit thinking and looking for other causes and other autoimmune disorders. He knows I have an autoimmune disorder he's just not sure which one. My aunt's recent diagnosis of MS has helped my doctor believe me I think. My mom was also talking about taking me to the Mayo Clinic because my new friend from school who has UC went there to get a diagnosis. I'm kinda scared and angry. There's so many emotions going through me right now. I feel selfish because my mom is giving up my family's Cancun vacation to take me to the doctor. My brother should have a healthy older sister he can look up to nottone that is always sick and grumpy and can't do half the things a normal sister could do. He's always frustrated with me and I wish I could be better for him because he deserves that. My parents also deserve it. They've been trying so hard to help me but nothing helps me. My family is just kinda stuck with me. My parents love me and I don't want them to have to see me hurt like this. My emotions are very complicated... I know it'll be okay and everything will work out I just wish I could be healthy for them. Maybe the rhuematologist and the Mayo Clinic can help me.
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