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Let this sink in - a list of pre-existing conditions lost under #Trumpcare: 

Rape, C-section, AIDS/HIV, acid reflux, acne, ADD, addiction, Alzheimer’s/dementia, anemia, aneurysm, angioplasty, anorexia, anxiety, arrhythmia, arthritis, asthma, atrial fibrillation, autism, bariatric surgery, basal cell carcinoma, bipolar disorder, blood clot, breast cancer, bulimia, bypass surgery, celiac disease, cerebral aneurysm, cerebral embolism, cerebral palsy, cerebral thrombosis, cervical cancer, colon cancer, colon polyps, congestive heart failure, COPD, Crohn’s disease, cystic fibrosis, DMD, depression, diabetes, disabilities, Down syndrome, eating disorder, enlarged prostate, epilepsy, glaucoma, gout, heart disease, heart murmur, heartburn, hemophilia, hepatitis C, herpes, high cholesterol, hypertension, hysterectomy, kidney disease, kidney stones, kidney transplant, leukemia, lung cancer, lupus, lymphoma, mental health issues, migraines, MS, muscular dystrophy, narcolepsy, nasal polyps, obesity, OCD, organ transplant, osteoporosis, pacemaker, panic disorder, paralysis, paraplegia, Parkinson’s disease, pregnancy, restless leg syndrome, schizophrenia, seasonal affective disorder, seizures, sickle cell disease, skin cancer, sleep apnea, sleep disorders, stent, stroke, thyroid issues, tooth disease, tuberculosis, ulcers. 

This cannot pass the Senate, too – contact your senators, people!

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If you or a loved one have a pre-existing condition, your insurance premiums and deductibles will skyrocket under the Republican (non) healthcare plan, or may be denied coverage. Pre-existing conditions include, but are not limited to:

AIDS/HIV,
acid reflux,
acne,
ADD,
addiction,
Alzheimer’s/dementia,
anemia,
aneurysm,
angioplasty,
anorexia,
anxiety,
arrhythmia,
arthritis,
asthma,
atrial fibrillation,
autism,
bariatric surgery,
basal cell carcinoma,
bipolar disorder,
blood clot,
breast cancer,
bulimia,
bypass surgery,
celiac disease,
cerebral aneurysm,
cerebral embolism,
cerebral palsy,
cerebral thrombosis,
cervical cancer,
colon cancer,
colon polyps,
congestive heart failure,
COPD,
Crohn’s disease,
cystic fibrosis,
DMD,
depression,
diabetes,
disabilities,
Down syndrome,
eating disorder,
enlarged prostate,
epilepsy,
glaucoma,
gout,
heart disease,
heart murmur,
heartburn,
hemophilia,
hepatitis C,
herpes,
high cholesterol,
hypertension,
hysterectomy,
kidney disease,
kidney stones,
kidney transplant,
leukemia,
lung cancer,
lupus,
lymphoma,
mental health issues,
migraines,
MS,
muscular dystrophy,
narcolepsy,
nasal polyps,
obesity,
OCD,
organ transplant,
osteoporosis,
pacemaker,
panic disorder,
paralysis,
paraplegia,
Parkinson’s disease,
pregnancy,
restless leg syndrome,
schizophrenia,
seasonal affective disorder,
seizures,
sickle cell disease,
skin cancer,
sleep apnea,
sleep disorders,
stent,
stroke,
thyroid issues,
tooth disease,
tuberculosis, and
ulcers

Republicans in Congress have exempted themselves and their staff members from losing the ACA protections that cover pre-existing conditions.

So In other words.... it covers nothing.

A list of pre-existing conditions that will no longer be covered under #Trumpcare:


AIDS/HIV, acid reflux, acne, ADD, addiction, Alzheimer’s/dementia, anemia, aneurysm, angioplasty, anorexia, anxiety, arrhythmia, arthritis, asthma, atrial fibrillation, autism, bariatric surgery, basal cell carcinoma, bipolar disorder, blood clot, breast cancer, bulimia, bypass surgery, celiac disease, cerebral aneurysm, cerebral embolism, cerebral palsy, cerebral thrombosis, cervical cancer, colon cancer, colon polyps, congestive heart failure, COPD, Crohn’s disease, cystic fibrosis, DMD, depression, diabetes, disabilities, Down syndrome, eating disorder, enlarged prostate, epilepsy, glaucoma, gout, heart disease, heart murmur, heartburn, hemophilia, hepatitis C, herpes, high cholesterol, hypertension, hysterectomy, kidney disease, kidney stones, kidney transplant, leukemia, lung cancer, lupus, lymphoma, mental health issues, migraines, MS, muscular dystrophy, narcolepsy, nasal polyps, obesity, OCD, organ transplant, osteoporosis, pacemaker, panic disorder, paralysis, paraplegia, Parkinson’s disease, pregnancy, restless leg syndrome, schizophrenia, seasonal affective disorder, seizures, sickle cell disease, skin cancer, sleep apnea, sleep disorders, stent, stroke, thyroid issues, tooth disease, tuberculosis, ulcers.
#VoteThemOut


Our elections “repeal and replace” list.

Here’s the list of Swing District Republicans who voted for Trumpcare:

AK-AL Don Young
AL-02 Martha Roby
AZ-02 Martha McSally
CA-10 Jeff Denham
CA-21 David Valadao
CA-25 Steve Knight
CA-39 Ed Royce
CA-45 Mimi Walters
CA-48 Dana Rohrabacher
CA-49 Darrell Issa
CO-03 Scott Tipton
FL-15 Dennis Ross
FL-18 Brian Mast
FL-26 Carlos Curbelo
IA-01 Rod Blum
IA-03 David Young
IL-06 Peter Roskam
IL-12 Mike Bost
IN-09 Trey Hollingsworth
KS-03 Kevin Yoder
ME-02 Bruce Poliquin
MI-07 Dave Trott
MI-11 Tim Walberg
MN-02 Jason Lewis
MN-03 Erik Paulsen
NC-02 George Holding
NC-13 Ted Budd
NE-02 Don Bacon
NY-19 John Faso
NY-22 Claudia Tenney
PA-16 Lloyd Smucker
TX-07 John Culberson
TX-32 Pete Sessions
UT-04 Mia Love
VA-02 Scott Taylor

A list of pre-existing conditions lost under #Trumpcare:
AIDS/HIV, acid reflux, acne, ADD, addiction, Alzheimer’s/dementia, anemia, aneurysm, angioplasty, anorexia, anxiety, arrhythmia, arthritis, asthma, atrial fibrillation, autism, bariatric surgery, basal cell carcinoma, ipolar disorder, blood clot, breast cancer, bulimia, bypass surgery, celiac disease, cerebral aneurysm, cerebral embolism, cerebral palsy, cerebral thrombosis, cervical cancer, colon cancer, colon polyps, congestive heart failure, COPD, Crohn’s disease, cystic fibrosis, DMD, depression, diabetes, disabilities, Down syndrome, eating disorder, enlarged prostate, epilepsy, glaucoma, gout, heart disease, heart murmur, heartburn, hemophilia, hepatitis C, herpes, high cholesterol, hypertension, hysterectomy, kidney disease, kidney stones, kidney transplant, leukemia, lung cancer, lupus, lymphoma, mental health issues, migraines, MS, muscular dystrophy, narcolepsy, nasal polyps, obesity, OCD, organ transplant, osteoporosis, pacemaker, panic disorder, paralysis, paraplegia, Parkinson’s disease, pregnancy, restless leg syndrome, schizophrenia, seasonal affective disorder, seizures, sickle cell disease, skin cancer, sleep apnea, sleep disorders, stent, stroke, thyroid issues, tooth disease, tuberculosis, ulcers.

If you have one or more of these, like I do, I wish you luck, and I am here if you need to talk.

anonymous asked:

Since youre sharing, I have to ask: how do you knwo it's a physical thing? Maybe you do have a problem a psychologist could solve? Maybe other people are right and you are wrong? We dont know everyting about ourselves, right? Just my two cents.

You know, some time ago, I felt incredibly weak and exhausted, blood tests said my iron and ferritin levels were extremely low, my doctor said it didn’t mean anything. Another doctor suggested that I’d take iron supplements. I did. I felt better. For a few months after that I’d feel very weak again during my period, then I’d get better.

I have been trying to tell my doctor there was something wrong with my breathing/nose. He didn’t say or do anything. Eventually I went to an ENT specialist. I had a nasal polyp that was almost blocking an entire half on my nasal cavity, and a medication treatment got it better.

A few years ago, I would be coughing all. the. time. It was a nightmare, I couldn’t even sleep or let my family sleep at night because of the coughing. A string of doctors dismissed me. The general idea is that it was stress/psychological reasons. Eventually another doctor diagnosed me with asthma. I started using an inhaler, it worked.

In the meanwhile I’ve also seen a psychiatrist and different therapists for mental illness. I’ve taken anti-depressants for a while. I know how that shit feels. I had to stop seeing both the psychiatrist and the therapist I was seeing because of medical abuse and gaslighting. I had to manage on my own, and kinda did, the best I could. I only have to hope I don’t get the same thing again because the idea of seeing a mental health professional reminds me of the experiences I’ve had and it’s triggering. But that’s a different thing.

Now, I have been saying, including to my doctor, that there’s is something off with me and might be the thyroid or something similar since among my symptoms (fatigue, mostly) there is an unnatural constant state of thirst (which is apparently among the symptoms of diabetes, thyroid disorders, etc). My doctor dismissed it. Now from some easy blood tests it turns out some data relative to the thyroid is slightly off and a different doctor has recommended me to see a specialist to have my thyroid checked. Coincidence?

I tend to be right about my own body, historically.

Hey so on top of probable sleep apnea, asthma, anemia, and chronic knee pain, it looks like I also have (possibly chronic/hereditary thru my mom) rlly bad nasal polyps! As in my right nostril is basically swollen shut!!! Kill me!

anonymous asked:

WTF don't listen to that anon. I can see someone who doesn't really follow u much might jump to 'mental illnesses can also cause physical symptoms' and yes it is a completely valid point. but way to overstep and be an asshole! jeez. I feel you tho. Its so all over the place for me that I couldn't even say which came first; feeling physically or mentally shit. The only way to find out is to run the damn tests. Doctors are supposed to be scientists. Its their job to rule it out ffs. Shit Drs Suck!

Thank you ^-^ Yeah, I’ve been struggling with mental illness and I am neurodivergent so my state is influenced by all a mixture of things, but I’m pretty sure depression doesn’t cause nasal polyps or hypothyroidism…

these stupid ass kids doing the “Kylie Jenner Lip Challenge” look worse than an allergic reaction I had to a drug after my nasal polyp surgery when my lips were swollen up to my nose and besides, you can seriously damage your lips by doing that and cause them to thin faster over time