I am 38 year old female with hereditary hemocromatosis, Hashimoto's, chronic pain and fatigue, major depressive disorder and anxiety mostly due to Hashimoto's and adrenal insufficiency, along with a few other new dxs, abnormal labs and 30+ daily, chronic symptoms that all started almost 4 years ago. I am in the process of getting help from my doctors but had to turn to environmental Dr for Hashimoto's as I am not getting better and it's amplifying my symptoms. The Ultraviolet blood Irradiation (UBI) did not work because of some unknown underlying conditions and I had to stop the UBI treatment after my iron levels increased from the ozone. I had a Growth Hormone Stimulation Test this week and will have a follow up on the results that will hopefully lead my endocrinologist to this rare disorder. I had appointments with Cleveland and Mayo clinic that I had to unfortunately cancel because of my insurance policy, the hospitals programs etc. I have friends but family is emotionally unavailable so very lonely most of the time with no financial help besides insurance as I had to stop working and was denied disability. I have reappealed and playing the process game and from what I hear, it can take 3 years. There are hardly any resources for middle aged sick adults. I am not qualifying for the resources given to me. It's now to the point I need help to make sure I've eaten and get better. My physical and mental health is so shot from my decline that daily tasks are near impossible to do. It takes days to shower and I have to lay down all the time. My people and doctors don't have anymore suggestions or possibly think it's all in my head like invisible illnesses perceive. I'm even taking steroids and stimulant medication to stay awake and help adrenals (not happy about either) and still sleep 12+hrs/night with naps all day. I used to be someone who handled everything without a blink. It is frightening to now not be ok, half of your people tell you to just keep pushing but my body says no and can't find the energy to get well anymore and need professionals and resources/assistance to help me get my life back.