Thursday, October 21, 2010

Doing okay!

Thank you for asking how I am it means the world to me...:0)

I have been doing as well as I can be I ran a fever a few days in a row and the doc. kinda was worried but, we can not find the cause of it and it has gone away now.
I have had a few panic attacks and worried myself sick about sleeping at night because, this all started when I laid down with a headache to being with. It really sucks to be so upset and cry and freak my poor beloved out I am going to get help from a psychologist I have a apt. set up for the fourth I hate to be weak or seem weak but, missing a whole week of my life and waking up not know why I am in the hospital really has thrown me for a loop. It shook me to my core so to speak I knew I needed help before surgery and even told my beloved I did there was just a lot going on with IV/PICC line therapy every day that there was really no time for it before the surgery.

I have had help before 13 yrs ago for post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) from abuse I had as a kid I got better then and I know I can get better now it is just a matter of time and finding the right way to deal with the stress of this new trauma.


P.S. one of my sweet kittens passed away while I was staying with my sis on the 10th. freak accident beloved found her and placed in the back yard we will miss her. We lost the long haired one named Sahara.

1 comment:

LindainNCtoo said...

Amazing how much our brain affects the rest of our body and mind. I am glad that you are getting the help you need.

I am sure the brain is adjusting from the surgery, regards to chemical, hormonal and cognitive balance. It does not like getting disturbed either.

When I had my concussion in 1991, I went 6 months without sleeping. Amazing how an injury can make your brain do weird things to help repair itself. Talk about strange dreams and thoughts, too, during that time. ( where my migraines stem from now, unfortunately ).

You have a great family for support there for you, Flexie!!

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