Re: Disability and Adhesions?
From: Robin (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Sat Jul 20 15:08:11 2002
At Sat, 20 Jul 2002, Michelle Raulston wrote:
>I am going to try the the same as you. Needing a 2nd income and can not work
>and taking care of my family is hard enough some (a lot ) days is enough. It
>is a hard choice to make for yourself and hopefully all will go well for you
>I'll keep you and everyone else in my prayers
>>From: email@example.com (Brenda)
>>To: Multiple recipients of list ADHESIONS
>>Subject: Disability and Adhesions?
>>Date: Fri, 19 Jul 2002 18:50:57 -0500
>>Thanks so much for all your replys about my depression. I have an
>>appointment with my doctor next week and I am going to suggest he help
>>me find the right medicine for my depression. How many of you have had
>>to go one disability because of your adhesions? My doctor has told me I
>>should go ahead and apply that he has done all he can and as we all know
>>surgery is not the answer unless there is an obstruction and so far that
>>has not happen. The adhesions have now because of last surgery gotten
>>into the outer wall of my hip and into my muscles and nerves which cause
>>pain when I walk and my pelvic area is full of them. I have heard that
>>for someone my age 35 it is very hard to get disability any advice from
>>my adhesions friends that have already traveled this road would be
>>greatly appreciated. I have been out of work for almost a year now and
>>have a family and we need 2 incomes. I have not started the process yet
>>but need to soon before we lose our home. I have a 2 year old son that
>>stays home with me and it is getting hard for me to take care of him
>>some days the pain is unbearable. Thanks I keep all of you in my
Read your post and wondered how you go about the disability.
I am in the same situtation, after 15 years as an office manager
I have become to ill to work and it is getting difficult. Any advice?