I hope you get good news, P2. Make sure you take care of yourself. And if I can give you a piece of advice -- try to allow yourself to ask for help and to accept it. I used to be exactly like you, and it's still something I struggle with. It made me feel awful about myself, like I was weak and unable to deal with things. But that's not true. I also had to realize I had a lot of trouble trusting people. For people with feelings like we have, in a way, it takes more strength for us to be vulnerable and allow ourselves to be helped than to try to handle everything by ourselves.
But sometimes we MUST ask for help. For one thing, every thing you allow someone else to help with lets you put that energy into healing your body instead of doing chores and running errands. And you NEED to do that NOW. If someone offers to give you a ride somewhere, or take the kids for a few hours, or make a grocery run for you, let them. You might have to let go of things being done exactly the way you want them, but that's a good thing to learn, too.
When I moved out from the marital home in 2011, I did all but a little bit myself, and it was the dead heat of summer. Chinless wouldn't help because I wouldn't do it his way (which we couldn't afford). I didn't ask anyone to help me, and I ended up in the ER with severe dehydration. A couple friends at work found out and got furious at me for not asking them for help -- and they were there to help me finish. Though it was difficult, I learned my lesson and openly asked for help when I moved into my house in spring 2013. And I had tons of people who WANTED to help. Not all just really close friends, either. It actually made us closer friends.
It is SUPER hard to make those steps to reach out, but give it a try. I know you have friends here on TAM who would help if we could, so I'll bet there are people near you who feel the same way. ((hugs))