I still have pains in my legs

My dad was driving the car when I was a teenager and the two of us were in a terrible car accident. I still remember the accident like it happened yesterday. My dad and I were sitting at the traffic light when a drunk driver came out of nowhere and slammed into my side of the car. Both of my legs were damaged and they couldn’t be repaired. After 17 surgeries, the doctors finally advised me to amputate both legs if I wanted to live a better quality of life. I didn’t know what to do and I was only 23 years old. It was a hard decision to make, but I told the doctor to do the surgery. I don’t regret the decision, but I often wonder if it was the right one to make. For years after the surgery, I had these terrible pains in my legs that wouldn’t go away. I didn’t have any legs, but it felt like pins and needles in my mind. The doctor eventually suggested trying marijuana to help with the pain. I had to see a specialist to get the medical marijuana evaluation, but my insurance company covered all of the costs and fees. The specialist agreed that medical marijuana would help. Since then, I have used marijuana every single day. I like the way it calms my nerves and helps with the phantom leg pain. I was in a bad place before starting marijuana as a treatment, and now I feel like I could tackle any problem with ease and very little frustration.

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