I know this. Trust me. I do.
I take no offense, but believe me, it's difficult because I go to school and work two jobs. Also, even though I work a lot I rarely even have gas money to get home. You're telling me things I already know. I've been to doctors and I've been on more rounds of antibiotics in 2 months than I have in my entire life. I actually do have an appt with a urologist in just over a week. I got on here just to try to see what other people think about the actual condition and not lecture me on having my priorities straight. I've heard this all 1,000 times now.
If you have any actual advice or opinions about my condition other than what you just stated it would be greatly appreciated.
I have to say it like it is, sorry if it offends you.
YOU NEED TO SET YOUR PRIORITIES STRAIGHT. Your health should come first. If you have no health, you'll have nothing else.
Make the time to go see a Dr wherever it is, and get your kidney infection taken care of. If you let this problem go on too long, it will definitely damage your kidneys and you'll have to be seeing a Dr and dialysis staff on a regular basis (whether you like it or not).