It depends greatly upon what type of medications you are (or are not) taking.
You can cause severe internal damage by not taking some medications; You can be at risk for inflammation on some of your internal organs (like your heart and your lungs) which can be fatal; You can be at risk for renal failure which, if unchecked, can be fatal.
Not knowing what medications your were prescribed, I cannot tell you what will happen. But, I can say that in all probability, you are doing yourself great harm by not taking your medications and may cause yourself damage that you may never recover from. Many of these symptoms take time before you feel it or before lab tests find it, and by then, it may require hospitalization to attempt to reverse the damage (which may not happen, depending upon the severity of the damage).
At the risk of being harsh......you are being very foolish right now. I understand not wanting to continually take pills (I take a total of 16 pills every singe day). But, wanting to get healthy and maintaining reasonable health outweighs my frustration at taking 16 pills per day - which only takes me 2-3 minutes to take.
Now, in a 24 hour day...how many hours does it take to take you medications? It only takes minutes. Are you telling me that you can't give up a 3-5 minutes out of 1440 minutes in a day to take medication? 3-5 minutes per day to save your life is a small sacrifice and it is mind boggling to me that you are not willing to give yourself 3-5 minutes so that you can enjoy the other 1435 minutes in your day? or give up 1825 minutes in a year so that you can enjoy the other 523,775 minutes of the year?? That you'd rather risk spending all of your minutes, hours and days in a hospital trying to recover from something that only took 3-5 minutes a day to prevent?
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