So I've been placed on disability for the foreseeable future after dealing with a host of health problems over the past 2 months. The straw that broke the camels back was finding out that I have a tumor in my pituitary gland its located in the brain. I'm in and out of the hospital on a daily basis with constant monitoring of my health and mental health as well. It's been a wild ride so far and very draining on me. Next week I have another round of testing done to see if the tumor is forcing any hormone imbalances and if they find any then I will be placed on hormone treatment to try and help out. The tumor is taking up a large amount of real estate inside my pituitary gland but they don't want to risk surgery until they have confirmed that it's growing. That will take another 5 months of waiting. Chemo is not an option for me so I have to opt for surgery and need to wait for them to feel safe with it growing. They don't know how long I've had it inside me. They only found it because I complained of losing basic motor function skills at times. After that they did an MRI and found something the second MRI with contrast confirmed the finding of the tumor. I've been developing blisters on my hands probably from the stress of it all and having me arms, legs and face feeling numb at times as well. My parents and doctors are forcing me to eat since I've been eating close to nothing and lost a lot of weight over the two months. I'll make updates here when I get more news.