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BrittanieY 18 kids; South Carolina 16634 posts
Dec 21st '12

Regardless of medical history and the such, in most cases you have to request any sort of additional care for a medical condition. You are your own best advocate.



If you are concerned about the walk, you can ask your doctor for either: a medical note to limit walking distance or a letter detailing your past medical issues for the school to see what accommodations that have for your situation.



I hope strongly suggest that you have whatever is causing the blackouts looked at closely and soon. I would be more concerned about when you are carrying an infant and pass out.



Good luck either way.

Kali'sMommy♥ 1 child; California 13723 posts
Dec 21st '12
Quoting Michael Westen:" Why? He is directly related to this instance. He could be helping you whether he lives with you or not..."


In her other posts she was talking about marrying this guy & how he is 5 years older.. and now he has nothing to do with this situation. I actually think she is bullshit. lol :lol:

Robert Downey Jr. Zanzibar, Tanzania 16080 posts
Dec 21st '12
Quoting Jamiee Flathers:" is it a crime to want a job so i can drive my child to her drs appt? i have never passed out while driving. ... [snip!] ... which is a good thing to me. its always happened when i walked. but seriously. im done with this. you all are being rude.."


We aren't being rude. We're trying to put this million piece puzzle together.



And if you have a medical history of passing out, they won't give you a DL. I have a friend who legitimately has a history of passing out. She can't get her DL because of it.

r a b b i t ™ Bandle City, US, United States 27557 posts
Dec 21st '12
Quoting Jamiee Flathers:" is it a crime to want a job so i can drive my child to her drs appt? i have never passed out while driving. ... [snip!] ... which is a good thing to me. its always happened when i walked. but seriously. im done with this. you all are being rude.."


No, it's not a crime. But it isn't necessary that you drive your child to the doctor's either. Some people take a bus.

mɑκαnɑni ~, OO, United States 76298 posts
Dec 21st '12

L-O-L. :lol:

username1 1 child; Chicopee, MA, United States 30921 posts
Dec 21st '12

theres always homeschooling ;)

Jamiee Flathers 17 kids; Missouri 235 posts
Dec 21st '12
Quoting Rabbit
Robert Downey Jr. Zanzibar, Tanzania 16080 posts
Dec 21st '12
Quoting Kali'sMommy:" In her other posts she was talking about marrying this guy & how he is 5 years older.. and now he has nothing to do with this situation. I actually think she is bullshit. lol :lol:"


Wait....



*scratches head*



She wants to marry him.....



But he has nothing to do with this situation?



I thought the person you married was supposed to be your #1 go to and your support system......



Gosh I'm doing this ALL wrong!

r a b b i t ™ Bandle City, US, United States 27557 posts
Dec 21st '12
Quoting Jamiee Flathers:" she 100 percent his, he works to take care of us and try and build a life for us but excuse me if i DON'T want him brought into this. shit"



But he is directly related and brings a good solution to your fear of walking alone across a parking lot.

Robert Downey Jr. Zanzibar, Tanzania 16080 posts
Dec 21st '12
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PurpleBama582 52 kids; Dothan, Alabama 3875 posts
Dec 21st '12
Quoting Jamiee Flathers:" is it a crime to want a job so i can drive my child to her drs appt? i have never passed out while driving. ... [snip!] ... which is a good thing to me. its always happened when i walked. but seriously. im done with this. you all are being rude.."


Well, you kind of asked for it when you acted like you deserve special treatment for being pregnant. We might be rude, but you're definitely a very bratty moron.

Kali'sMommy♥ 1 child; California 13723 posts
Dec 21st '12
Quoting Michael Westen:" Wait.... *scratches head* She wants to marry him..... But he has nothing to do with this situation? ... [snip!] ... I thought the person you married was supposed to be your #1 go to and your support system...... Gosh I'm doing this ALL wrong!"


Right?! Thats what I thought too. lol
We must all be doing it wrong !

Jamiee Flathers 17 kids; Missouri 235 posts
Dec 21st '12
Quoting BrittanieY:" Regardless of medical history and the such, in most cases you have to request any sort of additional ... [snip!] ... at closely and soon. I would be more concerned about when you are carrying an infant and pass out. Good luck either way."


Thank you, you were the only one who wasn't rude about this, my dr is looking over my medical history that has faxed to her from my old dr so i can speak to the school about it. I do not think it'll make a difference but its always worth a try.

lolajessup 3 kids; 1 angel baby; Beaverton, Michigan 44076 posts
Dec 21st '12

Omg I've done nothing but laugh sixe openig this thread. My stomache hurts.

username1 1 child; Chicopee, MA, United States 30921 posts
Dec 21st '12
Quoting Michael Westen:" Homeschooling sucks. From my personal experience. :P But seriously, most high schools offer distance learning with their curriculum, OP! Ask them if you can just do work from home?"


im sure it would, but then she wouldnt have to cross the street to get to her classroom ;)