Thank you all for commenting and reading my story.
Well, I guess, in a way, it is heartwarming that there are people who will understand me, that this is not in the head, that this is not natural aging in a couple of months, that I really do feel awful, and I cannot drive properly anymore like I used to.
Scotsman, I am sorry about your face as well. Did your eyebrows fall as well and do you feel your skin like cracked soil?
You see, I watch these crazy programs with crazy American people weighing 400 pounds at 40, getting bariatric surgeries, body surgeries, and wearing a bikini at 43, looking even sexy-ish in some cases and I realize that even though I never weighed that much, I will never ever do justice to my body because in January I looked as an obese 31 year old teenager, and now I look like a 60 year old person. No intimacy, no beaches, no life for me in the future, and a fallen face, with underage bags, fallen eyebrows, saggy chin - all at 32, of course, there are surgeries, and I will have to repair my face because this is impossible to look at but right now my skin does not even heal properly, its like cracked soil.
No, I am not familiar with any other people who share similar reactions. The endocrinologist gave me the pills in January, just saying, ooo look, you are losing hair from the top of your head, I have a drug that might really help you, it will remove androgens from hair follicles and remove excess water retention from your body…Aha…Now I think she meant remove LIFE and YOUTH from my body…
lowe2sucks, thank you, I wish it was true, I wish there was hope…however, I can not imagine changing that rubbery thin skin into what I had in January. No intimacy and life for me in this life, ever.
gents93, I read this young man’s story - what a pity, and how chilling that it all happened after Spironolactone…a waste of young life and I guess no doctors would ever understand his suffering…