Last month I had severe flu again. I was reasonable recovered to try visit my GP. Sunday I had a scary presyncope. So I was sitting in waiting room and one of the adults, older person, there was like looking at me like really staring. The other adult looked just twice and went on with her phone or talking to her toddler playing there. I am homebound and only leave my home for medical appointments. People do look at me as a BBW. And I am reasonably used to it. This time was very uncomfortable. My GP referred me to my cardiologist. Also have to see my pacemaker technician. He was pleased I had lost like 7 kg in water weight on my own. I fit into my shoes again. How does one cope with the staring?I mean especially in a medical place one would expect less of it.