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Old 09-25-2010, 06:04 PM   #1
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Hey my name is Tracy and I was in a car accident and a car hit me walking.

I am now fully disabled and have all of the above plue blood clots and Pulminary Embolism and just one thing after another. Just had a deposition this week after 3 years and I am just sick of being sick and tired....

How do you guys handle this and what does your docs say???
Tracy
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Hey my name is Tracy and I was in a car accident and a car hit me walking.

I am now fully disabled and have all of the above plue blood clots and Pulminary Embolism and just one thing after another. Just had a deposition this week after 3 years and I am just sick of being sick and tired....

How do you guys handle this and what does your docs say???
Tracy
I think with my TBI I have ptsd, and I don't handle it well,.. I hope you are doing better, I just wannna hold my puppy
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