Our expert says:
Stop allowing yourself to lie in bed all day. Get up and get busy with something. If you have no job ( why did you move to a new country ? ) get involved in social and charitable work, and keep busy.
You don't mention which country you are in, so its impossible for me to guess what resources you might have. There must be some sort of government health clinics or hospitals where you could be seen and assessed. I don't see why it would be ethical or proper for your medical / health insurers to inform your employers about your diagnosis or treatment. At least ask the medical insurance company directly to officially confirm whether your diagnosis and treatment would be confidential or not.
And I don't see why your job should be at stake, as in most countries employers are not allowed to discriminate against employees on medical grounds. Maybe if you lied about your health in your job application they might have a beef, but in some countries they're not even allowed to ask such questions.
Either way, if you keep it secret and get more seriously ill, as is possible, the facts could come out accidentally and you would look much worse. Someone who hides an illness would be reasonably more of concern to an employer than someone who has any illness, but admits it and gets proper treatment for it.
Presumably, you would also have the option of returning home and resuming treatment there ? And check out whether you could get help from the Medical School of your nearest university
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