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Shimoda

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About Shimoda

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  • Birthday 08/27/1991

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  1. I truly understand the feeling. Getting through college was a nightmare. I'm very lucky I had great professors who were so accommodating and understanding. As to the relationship aspect, I lost my longtime girlfriend, who I still miss very much, due to similar issues. It can be very hard for someone to adapt to you when you feel so terrible. I don't know what else to say but that I hope that situation goes better for you than it did for me. That's one of the hardest things about this **** thing. All your old dreams and aspirations essentially get stomped on, to a certain degree. It's not fair,
  2. Don't know if this still helps, but I'm thinking of you. I'm sorry to hear about your son and about the anti-phosipilid syndrome. Hopefully your son is doing much better. All the good vibes I can summon are headed your way. - Shim
  3. So good to know you're back home. I'm sorry to hear about everything. You shouldn't have to deal with this. Definitely get a hold of your doc regarding the symptoms from the coudamin. You're a tough one, you are. I really, really don't think I could deal with all of that. Unreal. Best wishes. - Shim -
  4. Thanks guys for all the support. It's nice in a way to know I'm not by myself in this. I've been trying to open up a little more, and manage my schedule better. I think it helped a little yesterday, I'm going to keep that up. Maybe I just need to relax and do what I can. I push myself too hard I think. Thanks again for all the help. You guys are life-savers. -Shim
  5. Thank you so much for posting. Seriously, it's nice to know someone has some ideas and cares. I'm in my second semester at college, which I think makes it that much worse. I breeze through a lot of school work for some reason, though it isn't quite as easy as it once was. I don't think my IQ has been affected too much, its more like it's there, but its hard to access it most of the time. A lot of it is reaction time and just overall clarity in my thoughts. Relationships DO suck right now, girls or just simply hanging out with people. It's something that has been really hard to adjust to, as so
  6. Brain fog has effectively destroyed my personality. I can't think or speak in anywhere close to real-time. I find it very hard to tune in on an emotion for more than a split second on occasion - I'm becoming depersonalized. I'm so numb in every way. I was literally the happiest, most upbeat person you could imagine. It's gotten so bad that I can't even hold a face to face conversation. I've completely lost everything that made me, "me". Why is this so bad? I can't speak to people anymore, it's entirely humiliating. It's depressing as one could imagine...I'm 18 and want to be able to talk with
  7. All the good vibes I can summon are being sent your way. Get well, Rene.
  8. My only advice would be to make the trip if possible. Getting a diagnosis is important, and long trips to specialists is unfortunately a norm for this type of rare disorder. I'm so sorry for what your daughter and you are going through. Hopefully this sorts itself out soon, and she will be able to live fully happy and healthy. From what you've said, I'm practically certain what your daughter is is dysautonomia in some form. Don't take no for an answer, ever. Stay strong; you're both in my thoughts. - Shim
  9. I'll bump it again. You've dealt with a lot of crap for very real and very painful spinal problems. I go to a chiro on Saturday myself, beginning for myself what very well could be a similarly agitating path. I thank you for setting me in the direction with this spine thing. People don't really seem to care. I've mentioned this to numerous doctors and no ones done 3Ds or taken it seriously at all. I feel like the clock's ticking and they don't give a crap. I'm so sorry. You have terrible pain which no one should be forced to deal with, and the emotional toll just plain exhausting. Regarding th
  10. Let us know how you're doing then. Best, Shim
  11. Also, I don't drive. Not sure its the safest thing for the other drivers. So the DD thing is out, and I am not going to a frat house. Ever. Like ever, ever. So, yeah...
  12. So, it's St. Patrick's Day. I live at a heavy-drinking college, and literally no one is not drinking. Except me. I have tried on a few different occasions to stomach liquor...but the last time was the final straw. I simply can't drink alcohol with POTS without feeling like I'm at death's door 6 hours later. The pressure here to drink is immense; I'm literally a social hermit now in large part due to the fact that drinking (and smoking cigarettes) are literally the only forms in which people socialize. Literally every night it's the same deal and tonight is the worst. Today is very depressing
  13. I would use a parasol, they look sweeeet....Pretty sure the other boys would pick on me... LOL Thanks for the reminder though, I do need to go get a hat. Also, the heat and humidity is the badthing. I love having an open window to let the sun in and having the air blasting too. The sun might bother some people though, POTS is pretty person-specific.
  14. I had general anesthesia just 9 days ago. I felt so bad that from Sunday-Tuesday morning I honestly couldn't move. I felt like I was going to die. Wake up this morning, and I feel great. Amazing, even. The effects of the anesthesia should go away, try not to get too worried about it.
  15. I'm 18, its been around 3 years and it's miserable. I'm terribly sorry for you and your daughter. I wouldn't wish this on my worst enemy. As stated earlier, keep up hope. It very well could go away considering her age. Try not to get too discouraged, I know that's very hard to do. You're in my thoughts.
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