One day, you may be at 60 percent capacity, feeling happy about the progress you’ve made towards recovery. That’s a far cry from the five percent capacity you may have had in the hospital when you were admitted for an acute attack.
But the next day, you could be back at 30 percent. One day, you may be in shock, having met a new doctor who not only acknowledged your deteriorating health but who also offered you the option of escalating treatment.
But the next day, you might get the call that insurance won’t pay for that treatment. One day, you could be brimming with optimism for the future and the burgeoning possibilities ahead of you.Read more on themighty.com