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missmelody25

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I lost my sister to PNH.  My sister was diagnosed with PNH in October, 2008.  When she found this out, she was in need of a treatment call Soliris, which she has a problem getting due to GHI (I HATE THEM) her insurance company.  They kept insisting her condition was pre-existing and kept denying her.  My sister was in and out of the hospital for 7 months.  I took action into my own hand & dealt with the insurance company myself.  She was clotting, low platelets (her platelets will NOT go up), & needed blood transfusions every so often.  She was FINALLY APPROVED for Soliris in June.  We then found out she need her ovarie removed, she had bleeding in her head and from then on she wasn't doing too well.  At this point the treatment wasn't working.  On Tuesday, May 12, 2009 she went to the hospital with abdominal pain and never came home.  My sis passed away on June 15 (tears).  I wish this was a bad dream.  I cannot focus.  I lost my mom in 95, lost my dad in 99 AND now my sister.  How do I learn to move on?  People tell me it's going to be alright, no it's not!  It just gets harder. 

 

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I know exactly how you feel, because my mom's insurance company she died also.  It was a little over two years ago and i am still in very much pain. The people who love me support me in my grief and care for me by being kind and loving to me. You need that to pull thru this. If you find people who don't support your grief or show you kindness at this time, leave them behind. Find those who will, they are out there.

Peace, Angel.

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