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Topic: SPECT scan for chronic vertigo?
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I am here now closing in on my month in Colorado.
I should have been looking for jobs ( I applied at 2) but I have just been so bummed out.
My brother has great health (he can drink and run around like a madman), while Im just stuck looking retarded.
I almost fell the other day and he kept insisting that I eat bread and other junk that just makes my feet burn.
So I am going back to Connecticut and ready to have it out with my doctor again.
I am just so sick of this chronic vertigo thats ruining my life.
I feel that Im stuck working for a little over $300 a week for a school just for insurance and I feel that I need SS disability to just get by!
Im wondering if I get a SPECT scan if this will prove my condition and perhaps make me more eligible.
I just dont know what to do at this point. Im so depressed at every turn. I feel that my body is not supporting me in the things I want to do.
My brother says that he doesnt care about insurance!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Oh God why have you forsaken me
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