Im a single father, I just recently got divorced and i have all 5 of my kids living with me. I got diagnosed with sleep apena about 2 years ago, I stop breathing about 80 times per hour the doctors finally got me the right machine (bipap) the end of 2011 but i was still have the same simptoms, falling asleep driving, always tried dosent matter how much i go to sleep and is almost impossible for me to wake up on a timely fashion. I have been taking provgil for almost a year now it dose help alot but i still cant wake up when i need to, to get to work, my job knows about it they are not working with me and now i used all of my FMLA and now going on short term disability but i cant take care of my kids with that money and im proceeding child support from the mother but i havent got a court date from that yet. But i dont want to lose my apartment so i dont know what to do, im looking for some other way of income because now i cant work! Someone can u please help me figure this out because my family(mother, bother and other relatives) do not understand and i have to do so much for my kids and i cant lose my place!!! Thank you!!!View Thread
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