It Never Ends

Posted by Connie on Saturday, March 28th, 2009 at 11:39 pm and is filed under Chronic Illness, Health Information, Loving Life.
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I’m in one of my moods right now. I’ve been in one for quite a while actually and I need to “Snap out of it” ala Cher in Moonstruck. When you read what’s been going on maybe you’ll commiserate with me, or maybe not.

You know that I had to go for the special mammogram and ultrasound. That’s done and it wasn’t that bad, but waiting to hear the results is annoying.

the-song-that-never-endsI also went to a neuro-opthamologist about the eye pain that I am getting during migraines. I’ve been through this before so I figured that it would be no big deal. But of course the doctor found some “unusual looking veins” in my left eye. So I had to go for an MRI. The funniest thing is the way the doctor told me about what possibilities he’s looking for. He just rambled them off in a list without taking a breath, a brain tumor, an embolism, a tumor on my sinuses, etc. He was very nice and the way he said it made me laugh. That is until I went for the MRI. Then I started wondering…what could this be?

I went to see the counselor for the first time this week. She’s someone I’ve been to before. She’s going to let me vent and get some emotional comforting there. I sure can use that. She thinks this is just a phase that I’m going through and that I will get back to my old self with just some new tools she’ll give me to work with. So far, I’m writing down 5 things I want to accomplish each day, including small things like take a shower, and checking off what I’ve done. That’s helped me realize that I’m doing more than I imagined.

OK, so I guess you can just tell me to “Cut it out” now.

Image courtesy of The Song That Never Ends.

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