It sounds to me like you are perfectly capable of doing coding, but are unsure about your "love" of coding. I certainly can sympathize, and am sure others can as well. If you are doing what you love - anesthesia tech, or something in patient care, then you should pursue that route. Coding can be a good trade to fall back on or make a part-time career from.
I would love to be in nursing, but don't have the physical stamina, and coding can keep me in the medical field without having to be on my feet all day. My husband has a book called " Do What You Love and the Money will Follow." I strongly advise you to do what you are interested in.
I wish you well in whatever you decide to do
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