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Nov 6, 2018 08:19AM
Nov 6, 2018 08:25AM
I know everyone on here has problems of various kinds, and I really doubt any of us actually feel great most days.
I have very few days that I can say I feel really good. Pain is still 24/7....but thankfully some days not so severe.
I am having trouble with meds again. Can't take my bp meds (have tried 4 different times switching times and meds taken with it, until it is obvious that it is the BP Med causing my problems. I have determined to get my bp down myself by losing much more weight. I did it once I can do it again.
My oldest daughter totaled her car last week. She has no serious injuries but it was a brand new car. Her husband has Parkinson's, and not much help, so we have to help her.
Our youngest daughter has been sick for a long time...thyroid nodule that they are watching, She has chronic fatigue, and lately chest pains and heaviness, that goes through to her back. It may be gerd, but she has had problems with wvery medicine they have tried. Yesterday they did an EKG. She had two techs....one had never done one before, and the other was snarky and couldn't get the machine to work until she called for help. Meanwhile my daughter feels terrible, and I am very concerned.
My granddaughter is back in court for custody of her children from their drunken plain evil father. Family court is a joke.
My arm is much better and I'm so thankful for that. My treatment requires self massage twice a day, wearing a sleeve for any kind of activity and a new velcro wrap. All of which...including the therapist is out of network.....so very expensive.
I have prayed for you ladies as I read and for issues that I am aware of for each of you.
May you all have a good day, and may our Lord touch each with a healing, and PEACE that only He can give.
I would not make it through one day without Him.
Org dx 04 lumpectomy rads arimidex stage 1 grade 3 no nodes er+pr+her- 2014 rads induced angiosarcoma, wide excision 2015 angio recurrence, rt mast. Lat flap, 1/3 flap went necrotic, skin graft leg to chest Seeing dr every 3 to 6 months.