πŸ‘ŠFighting Back Tears😭 – 🩺First Doctors Appointment of The YearπŸ“…



Hey Guys! Were back for your entertainment . We have been staying at home much more often because of this virus and we decided why not get back into …

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  1. Hey guys I don't like going to the doctors office it can be nerve racking and it can be scary.i hope you and Paul can have kids they are a blessing and precious orion is so cute and fluffy

  2. I haven't left my apartment since my mom passed away over a week ago. Happy birthday Janiece. I couldn't even go out to celebrate my birthday yesterday because all of the restaurants are closed down because of us being in a second lockdown.

  3. Happy Birthday, Janeice! I hope you're relaxing and taking it easy, while still doing what you want to. January 14th is my Birthday, I'll be 28. I am so glad I've made it this far, because I had been told multiple times that I wouldn't! We are our best advocates but sometimes it's good for the people around you to witness what's going on, especially if there's a decline in health. I'm glad you got to get back to a trusted doctor!
    My birthday is the same as Dave Grohl from the Foo Fighters and LL Cool J and a couple of friends! (:

  4. I have a service dog that is kicked twice trough person's! He works wonderful for me, seizure, PTSD and dissociation, but he is against other dogs that he doesn't know, a little surly! He wouldn't bite but he protect me! So is my dog in your eyes now a not real service dogs anymore? And yes we tried to train it out, the first time that worked but then he was kicked again and yep, no training works anymore. He is very sweet to people only other dogs will be warned not to come close to him! (Dogs have owners and that is what he ment)
    And I don't have the money for a new trajectory for an other service dog. I hope you can understand that my dog is still a good service dog but like how you talk about it, he is screwed!

  5. Happy B-Day!!
    When you were talking about pregnancy and the way the doctors treated you, how it made you feel then going to other doctors and feeling similarly it could be because that was very traumatic event for you kind of like PTSD.

  6. Happy birthday πŸŽ‚πŸŽ‰ Janiece you are an amazing woman. I'm happy to have you in my life. Keep fighting the good fight. You are an inspiration to us all 😘

  7. I'm so freaking out. I have alot of specialist and had to get a new advantage plan (my other one doesn't cover my county anymore) and now I need all new referrals for my already established specialists from my new pcp who I don't see until February! I'm stressed! Anyone else hate insurance whoas!? Lol

  8. Happy Solar Return!!! I wish you the best day ever!!

    I can relate with the OB-gyn. I will be 40 in 4 months and I've been begging for a hysterectomy because my cycles are horrible. I've had 10 miscarriages and we was able to have my son. I was able to carry him with help of meds but he is healthy and the best 7 year old ever. Keep fighting! Love y'all! πŸŽ‚πŸ‘‘πŸŒ»

  9. I don't know why doctors wouldn't understand you guys wanting to have a child. Even with your chronic illnesses. You guys are not the only ones with chronic illness in this world. There's quite a lot of them actually but since a lot of chronic illnesses are "hidden", I guess that saying "out of sight, out of mind", is true. I would imagine that you guys would have a plan(s) if and when you have a child. But I think a lot of what people, and doctors included, don't realize is that chronically ill people are planners. We have to be. For the most part, at least, I think. If anything we have contingency plan upon contingency plan already established before anything gets started. I hate how we always have to"find"a good doctor.
    And I don't believe in false hope, but I also don't believe in blankets negativity either. People can sometimes think they're being kinder by being harsher but it never turns out that way. Now, if you had an actual physical condition that hinders pregnancy, then they would just have to say it might be really difficult to it may never happen. Notice the word "may" there. There's always hope. And coming from me who is not a bastion of positivity, I know from my health that there is always hope, as long as we can breathe and get around. It might be hard but the realm of possibilities is vast and endless even though there's a lot of bumps and barricades in the way of a chronically ill person. We can have a little bit of hope, at the very least.

  10. My husband had a guide dog he's legally blind and that was a terrific dog and when he was in harness and he was working that dog will try to ignore other animals and it was hard for him the other day I was watching one of my videos and this girl took her dog into the mall on a leash why do you want to take a dog into the mall it does not make sense some need dog need to stay home. Need to stay at home except service dogs that's all.

  11. U go Janice I see fake service dogs all the time here in Michigan and it takes me to bite my tough to not say anything it's a disgrace that they don't give two craps about how hard it really is to train a service dog

  12. Janiece and Paul I understand what you're saying about the doctors, who say what they think that you can or cannot do, I have gone to a new doctor and had them say ,I have never seen a patient with your condition doing this, I say to them well now you have, and I have had them treat me like I'm a science experiment and try to show me off to new resident doctors. Like I am a circus side show. See she can do this in 40 years of being a doctor I have never had a patient with this condition who can do this. It's crazy. I guess I'm a medical oddity, oh well. But doctors treat your patients with humanity and dignity and respect and compassion.

  13. U can get through all of this i promise ❀❀❀ uve been so strong and i actually look up to u a lot and im a grown woman. β€β€β€β€β€πŸ˜ŠπŸ˜ŠπŸ˜ŠπŸ˜ŠπŸ’―

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