View Full Version : I am hoping to get some answers today!
11-17-2011, 03:29 AM
Today I go back to my rheumy after some blood work. These past two months have been so hard for me. I have cut my work hours back and I still leave sometimes because I feel so bad. My days vary so much, when I wake up and think that this might be a good day I am usually done by 1pm. How am I suppose to keep working when I feel so bad? I am a woman and I can't even shop. I am hoping to get a diagnosis today and some help. Right now I just feel like I am never going to feel better. I sure hope they have a magic pill or something. When people have flare ups how often do they come and last? Do you get a break in between or do you just feel somewhat better? I'm sorry to be a Debbie Downer today, Thank you to all.
11-17-2011, 04:48 AM
Even if you don't get the answers you want to hear, sometimes no news is good news. I'm a little luckier; I make it till 3. the last 2 hours at work are hell-a-sious. I've never been able to really shop. I go and shop for an hour; sit down somewhere for half an hour then go for another hour. who wants to shop like that? I always have to go alone and that's no fun
Anyway, chin up! One foot in front of the other and soon......... brain fog won't let me remember the song. It's from one of those Christmas cartoons.
11-17-2011, 05:14 AM
[QUOTE=The Baum;98905] I sure hope they have a magic pill or something. QUOTE]
when you find the pill.......
share it with me
at least we can still find some humour in somethings.
the winter advertisements talk about 2:30'itis.
needing a cup of soup to get you through the day.
we loopies need a 10:30 fix and a 1:00 fix ...
even before me get 2:30'itis
balancing fatique and work is never easy.
pleasure never seems to come into the equation.
so much for work, rest and play.
11-17-2011, 08:01 AM
Put one foot in front of the other... and soon you'll be walking out the door
11-17-2011, 08:02 AM
I have been cutting back these days but what about the lack of money? I am use to having a second income.