What you need to know about breathing: What to do if you feel ill and need to go to the doctor
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I was diagnosed with pneumonia last year.
I’m 28 years old and have been living in my mother’s house since I was 16.
Every day I have to wear a mask and put on a breathing mask.
I also have a severe cough that gets worse the longer I stay home.
My family doesn’t know why I’m so sick and why I keep getting sicker.
I need to talk to my doctor.
My doctors have told me they have no idea what’s going on, but I want them to tell me right away.
I’ve always wanted to go see my doctor, but never thought I’d have to do it for the first time.
I feel scared.
I want to talk with someone to ask for help, but what can I do?
My mother, who lives in a neighboring house, can’t speak English.
She’s been worried about me for the past month.
She doesn’t understand why I need help, so she is afraid to go out of her house and ask people for help.
She knows I have bronchitis, which is pneumonia, and she has been coughing for two weeks.
She worries about me, but she’s worried for her daughter as well.
I told my mother that I need medical help because I’m going to need it soon.
My mother doesn’t want to go into surgery for her cough, so I have her call my doctor to tell him what to do.
My doctor is in charge of my care and is worried about what to say.
I have the doctor who is the chief medical officer at my hospital, but he’s a bit more cautious than the others.
I think my doctor is scared too, so he’s hesitating to speak with me.
I don’t want anyone to tell my mother what to think.
My mom says that I should go to my father, because I’ve been in his house too.
My father is a firefighter.
He lives next door to my house and has been working on my behalf for the last two years.
I asked him if he would come with me and help me talk to a doctor.
He agreed to do so.
My dad and I talked about my cough for two hours and we agreed to see a doctor at home.
When my dad got home, he was still coughing, but it was getting worse.
I still don’t know what’s causing the cough.
I had a big coughing fit the other day, but the cough didn’t seem to bother me.
My symptoms are still getting worse every day.
I haven’t slept for a week.
When I have nightmares about coughing up blood and dying, I just don’t think about it.
My husband also has the same symptoms.
We live in a poor neighborhood.
My parents are poor.
I was born in the United States and live in an apartment with other migrants.
My siblings and I are poor and I’ve seen them all in the neighborhood.
I went to a Catholic school, and I don�t know why they put me there.
My grandparents, who are from China, are also immigrants.
They came to the United Kingdom after being sent to the Philippines.
I hope to be able to learn English someday and I know they will be able help me.
I was diagnosed with pneumonia last year.I’m 28 years old and have been living in my mother’s house since I…
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