Trying to find my way through this crazy life.

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// Ehlers-danlos type 3 // Type 1 diabetes //

Will be a University of Portsmouth student come September :)

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crunchbuttsteak:

have you ever known somebody so shitty they completely ruin that first name for you?

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kiradax:

pros of turning 18: can legally do the stuff i already do
cons of turning 18: no longer the dancing queen

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alltimeloe:

SOMETIMES I WANT TO LISTEN TO UNDERGROUND INDIE MUSIC AND WEAR FLOWER CROWNS TO FESTIVALS SOMETIMES I WANT TO WEAR ALL BLACK AND SCREAM ALONG TO LYRICS IN MOSH PITS SOMETIMES I WANT TO WEAR SHORT SHORTS AND JAM TO BUBBLEGUM POP WITH THE WINDOWS ROLLED DOWN SOMETIMES I WANT TO WEAR A LEATHER JACKET AND SMOKE A CIGARETTE WHILE LISTENING TO OLD ROCK

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waitinforthebus:

what a great nap, i feel totally disoriented and i’m frothing with hate 

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Hi there! I'm a woman diagnosed with fibromyalgia, but I've done a ton of research into EDS and think I might have it. I'm seeing my first rheumatologist (for fibro) in 2 months. Is there any advice you can give me about talking to her about it?

I’m not sure if I’d actually be a lot of help there to be honest, I was diagnosed while seeing a rheumatologist for something else as well! But he just noticed it because everything clicks when I walk.
I would just say that sometimes printing things off/writing them down definitely seems to help healthcare professionals. Obviously they don’t all know everything about every condition, so might not know all the symptoms!