I am just starting the process for GBS and while speaking to my doctor explaining why i wanted the surgery i broke into tears and could barely talk. He turned to my mother and asked her why i need the surgery and she brought up her biggest fear of me not waking up one morning. Which just made me want to cry more, He told me i should see a psychologist, to help with the emotional reaction and anxiety, because the surgeon may decline to operate if i show emotional/mental disorder. Anyone else have to do this? How to you not get upset telling someone that due to multiple health issues if i dont have this surgery i won't make it to 30. I turn 25 in 3 days!
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