I lie in my hospital bed, writhing in agony, feeling like if I am going to die. I’m a patient suffering from Neurapathic Agony. This is a disease where I feel a burning, sometimes searing pain, hurting more than anything I’ve ever experienced in my life.
The pain originates deep within my nerves, but I can feel it shooting up my limbs and into my chest. I get no respite, no moment of peace, no feeling of safety. It never stops, crippling me to the point where I am unable to move. I can’t do anything to make the pain go away. My only refuge is drugs, prescribed by the doctors to help me cope with this torture.
But the drugs are not enough. Even when I take them on a strict schedule, I can still feel the pain returning. It’s an unending cycle of torture, a never-ending misery. Even when I’m sleeping, I can feel the pain deep inside my nerves. I’m suffering, and I can’t see any way out.
I’ve begged my doctors to help me, but all they can do is prescribe me more drugs. I’ve tried to find comfort in different therapies, but nothing works. I go through the motions, looking for a way to help me escape the suffering, but nothing works. Nothing relieves this hell.
Eventually, my doctors give up on me. I’m left alone, feeling abandoned and helpless. I can’t take the pain and anguish anymore, so I take my own life. I can’t bear to live like this anymore, and I’m in too much agony to keep going.
My life is over, and I leave behind only a legacy of suffering. I hope that no one else will ever have to go through the same agony that I have. I hope that my death will be a reminder to everyone to be understanding of those who suffer from diseases like Neurapathic Agony, and that it will encourage people to find new treatments to help them cope with the pain.