Thanks for just reading this. I was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis when I was about 15, at the time I did not really understand what that meant to me. During my research into the disease I read too much on the negatives, so I got depressed and started cutting people out of my life. Figuring that it would be better for them if I died. While putting a face on for my family and doctors acting like I was fine while really just feeling like I was alone.
When I finally realized that I would be fine was when I meet other people with the disease who was doing well in life however, I was in college and working a part time job. Which is when the bills started piling up. On that end the one issue was the way one hospital billed my insurance company. The insurance company saw it as a double bill and required me to pay for the MRI consolidation. While the bill may been something I could have handled then, I figured I could contact my insurance and get them to pay for it. When that did not work, my tires on my car blow out, and I did not have money then to pay the bill. Then the debt collect got it which I had an issue just giving my information over a phone, which lead it to being put on hold. Because another emergency popped up what I was going to put towards it made its way to being put on that.
Right now I am working a full time job and trying to put so money away for emergencies, as well putting money away for a house so that I can move out of my friends’ place. And pay my roommate back for everything she has done for me.
Having been living with this disease for 13 years now I understand my body I plan to go back to school in the next few years to finish my degree in radiology at a community college. However, right now I just want to have some peace of mind with that debt gone.
My medical debts at this point is around $2,000. While my college debt is around 30k. Just paying those bills off would allow me to feel free to go back to school and finish what I started so long ago.
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Thank you so much for your help!