CVID

I guess it wasn’t supposed to be? No one understands CVID. I get sick a lot more than you. 10 times a year I’ll catch the flu.

Just a few months past pneumonia grabbed me. All because of CVID. Oh you ask what does it mean? Common Variable Immune Deficiency.

It means I get sick a lot. So with the cancer and anxiety plot. I got more or my mind each day. Not exactly a roll around in the hay.

But don’t worry that’s ok. You don’t need to give a shit today. I’ll just stay sick and for ever alone. Stuck, hoping by my telephone!

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  1. Hi from Porirua, New Zealand. Sometimes I would swap all of the things I have been through for some sort of illness. I don’t really get sick, which I am grateful for, but I wish I could just have a break from everything sometimes. If you want to talk feel free to email me through my silly contacts tab on my site. Have a nice day (I hope). ❤

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    1. I don’t know what it is you’re going through but you should never wish for something you don’t have. I too have been through tough times that aren’t to do with my health, but this is me right now.
      Thank you for reading and I hope that this finds you well? Thank you for your kind invitation to talk, that is offered to you from me too.

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      1. I am well thank you. My gmail address is the one I use the most if you ever want to email or whatever. It’s late on Friday night here.

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  2. Hi from the UK! I can sympathise there. I finished chemo only to be diagnosed with hypogammaglobulinemia, also an immune deficiency. Which was kinda a relief after the long list of health issues. If you ever want to chat to someone who relates feel free 🙂

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      1. Sorry I didn’t realise it had to be authorised and wrote it out again 😂 is there a way on inboxing on here? I only joined yesterday and have no idea how to use this app lol

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