W00t for Covid-19 messing up my sleep schedule!
Anyway, here's an update on everything. I'm currently in physical therapy (I was able to start a couple weeks earlier than expected, w00t w00t). My concussion is slowly improving, but it still feels like a snails pace. (At least I can do a load of dishes without passing out, but I'm usually exhausted afterwards.) Unfortunately my back is also being a slow recovery (The lumbar pain and stiffness being unchanged even with therapy), and fighting with my doctor for an MRI referral isn't helping. (I unfortunately currently have a God-complex doctor and the hospital is short staffed because of the pa
Hey it's been a while since I've checked in so I thought I'd give you guys a little life update.
On February 6th I got into a mild car accident with my family while they were visiting. Everyone's fine, no broken bones, or extended hospitalizations, etc. The only problem is I suffered a mild concussion, and my back is screwed up again. The doctor said it can take a while to bounce back and I have to take it easy physically and cognitively to let my brain heal. They also said women tend to take longer to recover from concussions than men. (Lol, my husband said that men heal fast because they have less to fix, pffft.)
So, I'm sorry for the lac
So, luckily I don't have gall stones, so yay I get to keep my organs! Unfortunately, I won't be able to get into see a GI Specialist until the end of January. Until then I'm trying to adjust my diet and nutrition around the assumption that I either have IBS or an IBD (Like Crohn's or something). Pretty much my doctor decided to give me undue stress because he didn't like my lab results and wanted me to go to the ER for an emergency CT (At the time he thought my Gall Bladder was infected/about to rupture or something.) Luckily I'm in stable condition, the ER doc said it might be IBS or an IBD and that I'd need to go to a GI, so that is where t