Question, I am an (uninsured) Type I diabetic, and have been a diabetic for 27 years now. I have a soreness and pain that covers the the left side of my body, most my left arm, all the way to my shoulder blade. This started out six months ago and has gotten worse. to the point I have only been sleeping a few hours a day.
I have tried taking over the counter medications, but they don't work. I was recently relocated to another city (read: dumped) then the firm fell apart. I am trying to relocate as I had a recent death in my family, and I am the last one left. I need to move 2000 miles to obviously get a job, but to be near the remainder of my family.
I flew out to this new city recently that I am trying to relocate to, but after interviewing, they said come back as we haven't made a decision yet, I scored 100% on their tests (technical) they had given, they knew this flight, hotel, was coming out of my pocket, and without a job, I couldn't get an apt. regardless if my credit is good. Now, I am trying to get something more permanent so I won't be flying out for nothing.
I also don't have insurance, so once my insulin runs out, I will have to go to a cheaper one that I have had reactions to in the past, because it is $500 cheaper (healthcare in this country is a pathetic moneygrubbing joke). Once I can no longer afford it, well that's it, I am a libertarian to the nth degree, I take nothing from no one, I worked close to 30 yrs. without a vacation, and I end up with nothing.
Sorry for the distraction, but anyone know what could be causing this left pain and soreness, I don't remember lifting anything hard or banging on anything.
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