High BG levels

Anonymous
By Anonymous Latest Reply 2015-04-06 09:57:02 -0500
Started 2015-03-27 00:31:59 -0500

Is anyone out there? I check my BG just over an hour ago and it was 545. Just checked it again and it didn't register. It just said "Hi." I checked it twice and it said the same thing. What do I do?


89 replies

Donielle Werner
Donielle Werner 2015-04-02 03:05:17 -0500 Report

Annon.,
I rcvd an email saying you had responded to my comment… for some reason this made me very happy, but when I came to look at it, there wasn't one here… did you delete it? Also, don't laugh but I'm not very tech savy…I mean I thought myself how to do power points and spreadsheets but it kinds doesn't end too far from that. Also if you feeL like responding to me privately, you can just send me a message or use my regular email address which is my name at gmail.
Donielle

Anonymous
Anonymous 2015-04-01 22:53:22 -0500 Report

To Everyone- I think with my high BG levels, what's going on in my life and a whole lot of stress, I wasn't thinking clearly. I want to sincerely apologize to each and every one of you. I didn't mean to lash out at every one. For that, I'm sorry. I'd never seen "Hi" on my meter before, but I have seen it in the 500 range. I never did feel dizzy or light headed. If that had of happened, I would have called the paramedics. I'd like to say to you all, please forgive me and try to understand where I'm coming from. I know that will be hard because no one knows what I'm going through at this time in my life and I don't want to talk about all that. IF everyone could forgive for lashing out to some of you, and if anyone wants me to stay, I'll stay and hope I can have some friends. As it is today, I have no one on my friends list. Again, I sincerely apologize to you ALL.

MrsCDogg
MrsCDogg 2015-04-06 09:55:46 -0500 Report

It takes a big person to apologize when they are wrong. Send me a friend request. It's all good.

MrsCDogg
MrsCDogg 2015-04-06 09:55:43 -0500 Report

It takes a big person to apologize when they are wrong. Send me a friend request. It's all good.

MrsCDogg
MrsCDogg 2015-04-06 09:55:20 -0500 Report

It takes a big person to apologize when they are wrong. Send me a friend request. It's all good.

MrsCDogg
MrsCDogg 2015-04-06 09:54:59 -0500 Report

It takes a big person to apologize when they are wrong. Send me a friend request. It's all good.

MrsCDogg
MrsCDogg 2015-04-06 09:54:53 -0500 Report

It takes a big person to apologize when they are wrong. Send me a friend request. It's all good.

Donielle Werner
Donielle Werner 2015-04-01 10:15:21 -0500 Report

Annon… if your still there, I'd like to share my experience, knowledge, and suggestions if I can…

I've been through the whole meter saying "HI"… my doc told me that yes it means that your sugar is at the very least 601 which of course can be dangerous, but like you, I don't have a lot a money to go to THE ER.

The one time I did, it ended being almost 1000 bg level! They ended up Taking me right in to a room and injecting me 2 shots of fast acting insulin.

The ER made an emergency dr app for me for the next day with my regular dr… who I hated at first because we didn't click and because she also didn't touch my logbook, but the 2nd time I met with her and STRONGLY REQUESTED she read my log AND download my bg's from my meter… she then saw why I was so upset and worried. You see, my 'normal' levels were between 400-and HI…

This is when the ball began rolling and I got my insulin and my own dietitian who now calls me once a week to check on me and my bg counts. She also told me that if it happened again to stop, hydrate, and take a walk even if it's walking laps around your living room or backyard because it will help you bg's to come back down faster.

I said all that to say this… I don't know your situation or what goes on in your life but I too am under ALOT of daily stress. In fact, my 'normal' blood sugar levels are now between 250 and 450 usually (but I still get HI sometimes)… with a usual dip into the 100's after my daily workout… but of course since I am not use to being so low I feel like crap when it does go to a normal normal level.

I only sleep an average of 2 hours of sleep at night with no time for napping during the day.

Here's my suggestions… give your doc ONE more chance. INSIST she review your log and the show her your meter wither all your highs. This SHOULD kick start her inner doctor and 'wake up'… she should then began to ask you questions about your routine, food intake, exercise, and stress. Pretty much your daily life… IF she doest change her tone, try a new docter, I know from experience that it's a pain but try as many as you need to til you find one that you click with…

IF you don't FEEL like you NEED to go to the ER, then don't but if u start feeling faint or start feeling really bad, then pls just go to the ER. You can always make a PYMT plan to pay it off or request they do a one time write off due to your financial situation.

I would love to be your friend here on DC and outside of it, maybe we could help each other out. I hope this helps and I didn't say anything that offended you.

I hope you have a wonderful day.
-Donielle

Anonymous
Anonymous 2015-04-01 22:44:51 -0500 Report

Hi, yes I'd like to be your friend too. You said nothing to offend me. I really need to post an apology to every one. I just couldn't think straight and everyone telling me to go to the ER really did frighten me, but physically, I just didn't think I need to go. Even I checked my BG 3 times within a hour and all 3 times it said "hi." Thank you for contacting me. I really do appreciate it.

Gavia
Gavia 2015-03-30 20:49:17 -0500 Report

One thing that might help is to start journaling. Record your food intake, how you are feeling and what is happening in your life. Note your BS levels. Soon you'll see trends and by identifying what "trips your triggers", you can maybe avoid things that really drive your BS up, whether it's a particular food or a certain person. Remember, take care of yourself as you are the only one of you.

Anonymous
Anonymous 2015-03-31 03:08:35 -0500 Report

Geez, do you really think I don't know that? Do you think I don't already do that? I took a Diabetes class not once but twice and I had someone go with me. I already know all this! I just wanted to know what it meant when my meter said "Hi." At first I made a joke and said Hi back to it! But I'm not stupid, I knew that it meant something. They never told us in class that when your meter say's "Hi" that it means it's over 600. I got my answer and a whole lot more than I wanted to hear. One thing I not only learned in class but my Dr. also told me, that if your BG level is 30 and the Dr. said 30, and you don't have symptoms, you don't need to go to the ER. Same thing with it being high.

Gavia
Gavia 2015-03-31 16:46:42 -0500 Report

Sorry if I offended you but you haven't shared much about how long you've been a PWD or what you've been doing with it. Most of us tend to jump in with both feet in our eagerness to help. Again, so sorry to have bothered you.

Anonymous
Anonymous 2015-03-31 16:56:30 -0500 Report

Not a problem and your not bothering. Offended, yes, but again, not a problem. Would you please tell me what PWD stands for? TIA

Lakeland
Lakeland 2015-03-30 14:30:05 -0500 Report

call your doctors office ask if you can check your glucose meter with theirs. or change the battery in your meter

Anonymous
Anonymous 2015-03-31 03:02:33 -0500 Report

I have several meters and they all work just fine. I don't have to run to the Doctor and check my Doctor's meter with mine. You can have 10 meters at one time and they will all give you a different number but will be close in range.

JSJB
JSJB 2015-03-30 05:39:14 -0500 Report

What do expect? That one of us will snap our fingers and you will be cured. No way will that happen. All we can do is give you advise but you have to be the one to listen and take care of yourself. Good Luck

Anonymous
Anonymous 2015-03-31 03:01:05 -0500 Report

Another smart elic! All I wanted to know was what it meant when my meter said "Hi." I know now.

JSJB
JSJB 2015-03-31 05:14:32 -0500 Report

Read the instructions if you do not believe us.
Anyway from reading you posts, and not identifying yourself, I think there is nothing wrong with you except complainitis. This will be my last post so it will one less smart aleck you have to deal with. Have a great life.

Anonymous
Anonymous 2015-03-31 19:00:59 -0500 Report

I'm sorry I called you a smart aleck…I'm a real person and I'm not complaining. I guess I just took some things that were said the wrong way. My apologies!

Anonymous
Anonymous 2015-03-31 06:30:30 -0500 Report

I've searched and can't find out how to remove myself from this forum. I'm not sure what you mean when you wrote, "Read the instructions if you do not believe us." I don't know if your referring to how to delete myself from this forum or what you mean by
"if you do not believe us." I never said anything about not believing anyone. You have no idea what I'm going through. And saying that there is nothing wrong with me except complainitis, is just another smart aleck remark towards me. If you only knew… There isn't any thing wrong with posting anonymously. I just want to get out of this forum. I'm tired of people continuing coming down on me.

denipink57
denipink57 2015-03-30 05:04:09 -0500 Report

to bring down your blood sugar drink plenty of water and exercise. this will bring it down naturally.

good luck.

Anonymous
Anonymous 2015-03-31 02:58:30 -0500 Report

I already know that, I'm not ignorant!

denipink57
denipink57 2015-03-31 09:08:43 -0500 Report

i did not say that you were ignorant.

Anonymous
Anonymous 2015-03-31 12:44:22 -0500 Report

I know you didn't say that I was ignorant and I didn't say you did. Its just that I already know that and when you and others say that, it makes feel like all of you people think I'm ignorant.

calayx
calayx 2015-03-29 03:42:59 -0500 Report

Are you still there or did you quit DC ?

After reading all of the posts I was amazed. This was truly a war of words! I'm so sorry that it got to this stage. So needless.

If I remember correctly, you asked what the word HI meant on your meter. Someone did answer you…it means blood sugar above the limit the meter will read. In my instruction guide it did say that I should phone or see my Dr. or go to the ER.
Everything was left to the patients discretion to make any decisions.
All of these posts were meant to help you. Some were in a panic strictly scared about you, they were afraid you'd go into a coma and never come back from it.
Please let me know how you are right know. I care and value you as a person.
Hugs and kisses headed your way, Calayx

Anonymous
Anonymous 2015-03-31 02:57:44 -0500 Report

Oh please… give me a break! There is not one person out here in this forum that really cares about me. "Panic trictly scared about" me, I highly doubt that! If I'm up an typing and terrified to go to sleep, I'm not just going to drop down in be in coma. Not you or anyone else here cares about me, you all don't know me. I think most of them just wanted to play Doctor and think they know it all and say go to the ER or you'll die. When God is ready to take me, He'll take me. You're right, it was a war of words and I didn't appreciate some of them.

TooSweet60
TooSweet60 2015-03-29 01:26:14 -0500 Report

I dont know if your still out there, but you should not feel run out. there are good people here. everybody views diabetes different, Some flip out over a 120. thats my dream number. My sugars ran just as you describe, today Im at under 200 130-190. but if I ran to ER each time I hit Hi on my meter or 500+ I would have lived there. i went in several times a AiV insulin down to 200-250 home and call your doc. Ay home before resulting to ER, drink water, couple of glasses, move around exercise, and recheck in hour. if it persists and you do this and nothing helps at least contact your doctor, type 2 diabetes can tolerate higher numbers longer, its not good for you long term so a visit to your doc is in order…wish you the best

Anonymous
Anonymous 2015-03-31 06:51:28 -0500 Report

Thank you. I can't help but fell run out. I'm sure there are a LOT of great people here. I understand about "living" in the ER. I did drink water. I was so very thirsty. I drank 5 bottles of water and it finally started going down. It's still not in a normal range. It never is. Ya know, no one knows anything about me except that I am a type 2 diabetic. Y'all have no idea what I've been through and what I'm going through now. I am extremely stressed out and for some to say they don't believe me, and saying that I'm just complaining, how am I supposed to post if no one believes me and they think I'm just complaining.? That makes me more stressed. I'm a very sensitive person, I have a big heart and I care for a lot of people. I have been a very sensitive since I can remember. A few have mentioned about me posting anonymously. What's wrong with that? Nothing…

Jibber Jabber
Jibber Jabber 2015-03-30 06:49:02 -0500 Report

The problem with numbers that do not register on your meter…especially ones that run that way for hours..is you have no idea how high they are…you could be at 601 or 850…I understand the mindset of not wanting to go to the ER every time you run high…BUT this person was afraid to go to sleep and already running high..emotions and stress drive us higher…I am very happy that this person came through the night okay…but next time or for the next person it might not turn out the same way…People need a plan..especially people who live alone…I hope everyone takes a few minutes to think about what they would do in this situation…I am blessed to have a hubby and two adult children living close to me that would drop everything and move heaven and earth to get me to the ER…and worry about and split the bill later if need be…NOT everyone is that lucky…I hope this person has taken the time to find out where the ER is since this incidence and has started looking for resources to help themselves..I did offer to help but received no friend request..I understand that it can be intimidating maneuvering the system…but I have years of experience doing so both for myself and for clients…and I would of gladly researched resources in their area and even called people to find out the process for getting help.all I needed to know was where the person was…

Anonymous
Anonymous 2015-03-31 12:50:20 -0500 Report

Did you send me a friend request? No… sorry, but I don't send out friends request after all this happened. The few friends that I did have, I removed them all.

Anonymous
Anonymous 2015-03-27 18:20:01 -0500 Report

Thank you Mrs Dog and James for running me out of here. I can see who cares and who doesn't. To the ones who do care, thank you very much for your help! Good bye

MrsCDogg
MrsCDogg 2015-03-27 15:43:16 -0500 Report

If you are not going to go to the doctor and you are not going to the emergency room why did you ask for help here? All of these people on this forum will tell you the same thing. Go to the doctor! Go to the ER!

Jibber Jabber
Jibber Jabber 2015-03-27 15:54:16 -0500 Report

We don't always know where people are emotionally…I am very sure this this person wanted to and would of felt more secure in an ER…this person is obviously in a very difficult place in their life with more problems than diabetes. I agree that ones health must always come first…but we are thinking as people in a completely rational mind set…when people are afraid…and if you read you will find this person was terrified to go to sleep..they don't always make rational decisions…and coming down on them for this is not helpful…Hopefully now that the incident has passed (hopefully) this person can take the time to analyze their reaction to what happened last night so that next time they can make better decisions…perhaps come up with a plan,..

Anonymous
Anonymous 2015-03-27 17:48:33 -0500 Report

Thank you! I'm glad that someone understands! The mean comments have not only hurt my feelings, but it's put more stress on me. It's now down in the 200's. I never did go to sleep last night. But I did take a 2 hour nap today. Mean comments have hurt my feelings and have made me cry, something I do almost every day is cry. I came here for help, not to be ridiculed and be told I'm jerking everyone's chain. Shame on you, not you Jibber Jabber.

MrsCDogg
MrsCDogg 2015-03-27 18:03:09 -0500 Report

Being direct in telling you that you need to get yourself to a doctor is not being mean. We all have tried to help you the best we can from a distance. If you were my friend or family member and I knew that you were in this kind of condition there would be no question. I would call 911. If that makes me mean then so be it. But, I would not allow someone I cared about to lay around and possibly die from being hard headed!!

Anonymous
Anonymous 2015-03-27 18:08:49 -0500 Report

Like I said, you know NOTHING about me or what I'm going through. I'm not hard headed and saying that is mean. Do not reply to any more of my posts. I'm just answering them and then I will be out of this place. You are not and understanding person in my book.

Anonymous
Anonymous 2015-04-01 22:57:41 -0500 Report

I don't know who wro "Bye Bye", but it wasn't me. I never "Bye Bye." I just say Bye. It's ok, I didn't mean to lash out to you, Mrs.CDogg

MrsCDogg
MrsCDogg 2015-03-27 15:37:30 -0500 Report

If you are not going to go to the doctor and you are not going to the emergency room why did you ask for help here? All of these people on this forum will tell you the same thing. Go to the doctor! Go to the ER!

Gabby
GabbyPA 2015-03-27 05:59:24 -0500 Report

Thank you James and Jibber Jabber for being here for this member. I hope that they are doing better now.

Anonymous, please make an "emergency" appointment with your doctor today to get that down more. Did you find out why you shot up so high? Was it a food or was it illness (as you said you suffer from more than diabetes)? Knowing why it happened is just as important as knowing what happened.

My prayers and thoughts are with you now.

Anonymous
Anonymous 2015-03-27 17:51:34 -0500 Report

Thank you Gabby! I am better now. I'm down in the 200's. I think a lot of it is stress, plus something I ate and I don't know what else. It's never been like that before. I've spend my life, since birth, in and out of hospitals. Thank you for your prayers and being nice.

Anonymous
Anonymous 2015-03-27 06:34:39 -0500 Report

I'm not going to my doctor. She is new for me. I've only seen her twice. The first time saw her I had my log book, but she didn't even look it! Ticked me off too. I had blood drawn and they "forgot" to do an A1C! I told her that it's been going up in the 400 and 500's. My doctor back home, I miss her something terrible! She always gave me samples of insulin. I have now ran out and had to get another type of insulin because it was cheaper. $25.00 at Wal-mart.

Jibber Jabber
Jibber Jabber 2015-03-27 08:49:19 -0500 Report

I am NOT a doctor..and I don't take insulin…BUT I DO know THIS…Insulins are different strength and react differently in the body..You can not just "change insulin".(One of the many things I learned from the Diabetes summit this year)..If you feel like you doctor is neglectful of your health needs you HAVE to change doctors..and you have to deal with this "insulin" problem as soon as possible…I don't know where you live, but try to google "free walk in clinics" or "low cost/sliding scale clinics"…and try to see someone..and also google drug assistance for diabetics…or call your local ADA and tell them what is happening..

Anonymous
Anonymous 2015-03-27 17:54:07 -0500 Report

Thank you. I did not know you couldn't change insulin. They didn't tell me that. Thank you for being nice to me.

Gabby
GabbyPA 2015-03-27 07:04:20 -0500 Report

I am sorry to hear that. I hope you see someone. Or even call your old doctor. That is scary high, and finding out why is vital.

Jibber Jabber
Jibber Jabber 2015-03-27 01:27:02 -0500 Report

Are you still there…if you are NOT going to the ER please at least call someone over to your home…you shouldn't be alone..

Anonymous
Anonymous 2015-03-27 04:21:28 -0500 Report

I have no one to do that. I live alone, with my dog. I have a daughter and she lives 30-40 minutes away. There is no way she would do that for me. Sad to say, but it's true.

Jibber Jabber
Jibber Jabber 2015-03-27 04:23:36 -0500 Report

Sorry…but I am very glad you are going down now…please try to see your doctor tomorrow…he/she needs to know what happened tonight…

jayabee52
jayabee52 2015-03-27 00:47:34 -0500 Report

Howdy Anon
Do not pass "go" go directly to the ER to get yourself checked out.

Most meters stop recording at 600 mg/dl so you could be anywhere above that. My late wife had a reading higher than 600 and we spent the night in the ER with her hooked up to a insulin IV drip. They finally released her when her BG came down to 200 mg/dl.

Go immediately to ER

James

Anonymous
Anonymous 2015-03-27 04:34:05 -0500 Report

James, I read some where while looking on here that you had a diet plan and had lost 65 lbs? I think it said in 6 months? How'd you do that? That's what I need but I hate to cook for myself.

Anonymous
Anonymous 2015-03-27 04:09:04 -0500 Report

Just wanted you to know that it's 5:07 AM where I'm at. I've been awake watching TV and playing games on my laptop. I was too scared to go to sleep. Last check my BG was under 500. Thank you James and Jibber Jabber for being here for me!

Jibber Jabber
Jibber Jabber 2015-03-27 04:15:54 -0500 Report

That is still very high but at least you are going down…you NEED to see someone ASAP tomorrow and let them know what happened..your doc may need to adjust your meds…now I can sleep…good night..

Anonymous
Anonymous 2015-03-27 04:25:09 -0500 Report

Thank you but my new doctor, when I first went to her, I brought my little book where I was keeping track of my BG levels. She didn't seem too concerned when one of my levels was in the 500 range. She just made a comment that it must have been something I ate. She didn't even look at my log book! I wish so bad I could see my Doctor back home. I should have never moved where I am. But I wanted to be close to my daughter and grandsons. Now she moved to another state, but it's about a 30-40 minute drive.

Anonymous
Anonymous 2015-03-27 00:52:03 -0500 Report

I can't go to ER. All I can do is drink water and I'm bottle number 4! I just checked it again and it said 'Hi' again. I can't afford the ER and I'm on Medicare with no secondary insurance. I just won't go to bed. I am afraid to go to sleep.

jayabee52
jayabee52 2015-03-27 02:10:45 -0500 Report

I didn't have health insurance at all when I went to the ER to get my kidneys taken care of by dialysis. I eventually had to go bankrupt to settle my debts, so GO TO THE ER ANYWAY!

You don't want to damage your body further by high BG levels!!!

Anonymous
Anonymous 2015-03-27 04:30:07 -0500 Report

The last time I went to the ER for high BG, they told my husband that they don't do anything until it's over 400. My husband died nearly 4 years ago. I'm not trying to make excuses, but I can't drive in the dark and I am not sure where the hospital is. I know about going bankrupt, we did that too. Well, my husband started it before he died and I finished it 2 years ago. Being on Widows Disability Social Security sucks! I get paid once a month and I still can't pay all the bills.

Anonymous
Anonymous 2015-03-27 17:58:49 -0500 Report

Your a real smart elic! The paramedics cost money too! That cross in your picture and your words don't go together.

sweetslover
sweetslover 2015-03-27 18:45:56 -0500 Report

I don't believe anyone here has said anything mean to you. They are just concerned and are trying to give you what might be life-saving advice.

Anonymous
Anonymous 2015-03-28 22:55:44 -0500 Report

Well, maybe "mean" isn't the right word. I do NOT appreciate so many coming down on me. I came here for help, not for people to jump down my throat! Concerned for me, that's a joke! No one here is concerned for me, you or no one else knows me or knows what I'm going through!!! I do NOT appreciate smart elic comments like the one's I got from James, jayabee52 I think it was. And he's still at it. All I really wanted to know was what did it mean when your meter says "Hi." Please don't reply to me anymore.

JSJB
JSJB 2015-03-30 05:30:57 -0500 Report

No one is purposely be mean or hard on you but sometimes this is what it takes to wake some one up and get them to take care of themselves. What is more important? To live another day or the almighty dollar. So to answer your question, HI means the meter can not read your BG and you should consider going to the dr. or hospital. I hope you feel better because this site has helped me out and it can help you out.

calayx
calayx 2015-04-06 06:07:33 -0500 Report

Hello. I've read just about all the posts that have been written. You know, you keep on saying that you are sorry. What are you sorry about? I haven't seen anything done on your part to be sorry about. You are a dear woman trying to cope with life's misfortune. I don't know you at all or what you have been through but I may have experienced a little. I am a widow who raised two children. I would panic until my stomach was in knotts. I was ashamed that the monthly check wasn't enough. I felt guilty and denied myself most things so that my children would have enough. I felt that people thought I couldn't handle my life. It was a very lonely and shameful existance. Now I'm 66 years old and my life hasn't changed. I keep my problems to myself so that no one really knows me.
I don't know you but I have a feeling that you may be fighting to keep control. I had very strong issues about it. If I'm wrong, please forgive me, I'm not being unkind. You say that no one can say they love me on this site. Your right, but when you are in a support group, you find yourself relating to certain people and find the you really do care. I hope you are still with us.

Jibber Jabber
Jibber Jabber 2015-03-27 01:03:49 -0500 Report

GO TO THE EMERGENCY ROOM…I understand you are worried about the bill…but you wont have ANYTHING to worry about if you end up dead…GO!!!!!! If you have vinegar in the house put a couple tablespoons in a big glass of water and drink it fast…THEN go to the ER

Anonymous
Anonymous 2015-03-27 04:31:38 -0500 Report

Being dead would probably be the best thing for me right now. You have no idea what I'm going through right now, except for the diabetes part.

JSJB
JSJB 2015-03-30 05:34:52 -0500 Report

that is bullshit. everybody has problems but they find ways to take care of them or make them less troublesome. we all have problems maybe not as bad as yours but we find way to correct them. now you might think this is mean, but grow up and take care of your self, sorry GET WELL

Anonymous
Anonymous 2015-03-31 19:13:16 -0500 Report

First of all, I just want to say I'm sorry, but it's not bullshit, it really isn't. If you only knew what I've been through and what going through now, maybe you wouldn't have said "that is bullshit." I know ever one has problems, some worse than others. And as bad as mine are right now, I know that there are people who are far worse than mine. Has it ever every entered your mind, that maybe I don't want to be in this world anymore? Anyway, I'm sorry I spoke to you the way I did.

MrsCDogg
MrsCDogg 2015-03-27 15:42:37 -0500 Report

You are right. We don't know what you are going through. But, you are obviously reaching out for help and all of us are trying to guide you to get help. Call 911 and tell them about your blood sugar reading. You need to be seen by a doctor. Don't just sit there and wait for the end.

Anonymous
Anonymous 2015-03-27 18:04:32 -0500 Report

I sure as heck won't be reaching out for help here again! I don't appreciate posts like yours or the other ones that are being mean. You don't know anything about me or what I'm going through. IF you did, you'd be a lot nicer and so would that other person, James I believe it was.

Jibber Jabber
Jibber Jabber 2015-03-27 09:04:20 -0500 Report

Your'e right I don't know..But I do know something..I worked in social services for years…so I do know That people exist in every major cosmopolitan area that are trained and waiting to help you regardless of what your problems are..and I know they are happy to do it…even if you believe they are not…helping people is their chosen field of work…if you would like to friend me and inbox me where you live I could try to connect you with some services in your area…I cant make any promises because I don't know where you live…but I can try…