So I want to start by saying that nothing about me is normal, all of my diagnosis are rare and genetic. And then another problem started. I went from being #undiagnoised for 6 months to finding out I have #Cancer so I went from 0 to 100 in 5 minutes. And of course it just couldn't be something that everyone has heard of, it has to be #Rare like, 20,000 cases a year rare. #Pheochromocytoma won't take over anymore. Now that I know what is wrong, I can stop letting medical professionals #gaslight me and tell me all these symptoms are in my head, cause they are actually in my #adrenalglands . I've not fully come to terms with this, and I don't think I will for a little while, but in the mean time, I'm going to celebrate my 27th birthday and enjoy it before everything really hits me. I want to enjoy the life I live but I know however long this takes, I'm going to have to be #strong and #FuckCancer