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    Fading Echo posted an update 2 years, 7 months ago

    Wow. I didn’t expect so many people to respond to my last update. Thank you to @oliver, @devilndisguise, @jsawg, @anxietyattack66, and @invincible. Your words meant a lot to me.

    Because so many people commented, I figured you might want a follow up update. Here’s how stuff turned out:

    I’m doing a lot better now. I’m breathing well, although I’m more out of breath than I should be. I can’t hold my breath or breathe deeply, though. My head hasn’t stopped hurting, but the Advil keeps the pain to a minimum. I do have some chest pain still, which resides somewhere between my stomach, my diaphragm, and my lungs. I can’t tell you the exact location; it’s not static. I’m probably not going to see a doctor or go to the emergency room, but don’t worry: if anything sudden happens, our neighbor works as an urgent care doctor. I’m heading back to school today, and I can go to the nurse if anything happens.

    Overall, not feeling great from the choking/vomiting/near-death experience. As you can guess, it was not fun.

    To those mentioned above: thank you so much for commenting. It really showed me that you care about me, and that means a lot to me. Love you guys <3 Hope you have a great day.

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    • Were all glad your ok. make sure you take this day lightly, don’t overdue yourself.

    • Glad to see you are feeling better @985921sqh, do take care of yourself and remember to reach out to your neighbour doctor if you starting feeling unwell Echo, stay healthy sweetie and please know we will always be here to support, care for and love you Echo, we all want the best for you Echo, stay positive and have a great day Echo, always smile and never give up, you can do it, inbox me anytime if you want to chat or vent, stay strong, you are never alone :) (hugs)

    • So glad you’re doing okay after that experience, Echo! Being unable to breath it’s one of the most terryfing things we can experience. Every second of that feels like an eternity. On the other hand, it’s relieving to know that your neighbour it’s a doctor, so you can reach to them if needed. Do take care of yourself and try take things easy! And again, it’s fantastic that you’re doing better!

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      Very happy to see that you’re in a better state. :) Definitely reassuring. I don’t want anything bad happening to you!