Over 50, Overweight, Life feels over
You have my support and I realise how hard things must be for you with all those symptoms to have to dealt with they each reoccur.
As I had said, I have had some of these, so I know what a fight you must have to achieve what to most people are simple things, so you have my respect for handling it and explaining the problem on this forum.
Thanks Colin .. whilst it's cathartic being able to tell folks what's wrong with me .. just reading about others even greater upheavals in their life also puts my problems into some kind of perspective ..
With a huge dose of hindsight .. I can see that .. although none of my individual symptoms are a 'big deal' or anywhere near life threatening .. it was the symptoms 'en masse' that had started to 'overwhelm' me .. you see everyday you wake up with a different 'crop' of symptoms from when you went to bed .. so you can never say with any certainty whether the next day will be just a 'pain in the neck' .. or a 'real challenge' to be fought grimly through ..
So you can never make plans to go anywhere .. or do something .. you have to wait for each day to come round and see what you can fit into it .. and after 15 years (or at least that's how long ago I was actually diagnosed) .. it had all become too much to cope with .. (which is simply pathetic) ..
Even just writing in the forum has given me an 'oversight' of how I had let things get on top of me .. I can clearly see the 'pain' in my first posts .. and little by little I can see how I am getting 'back on top' of things .. even just waking up I am a 'changed' woman .. I no longer groan and say ''ohh nooo, what's going to be wrong with me today' .. now I smile (can't laugh yet, but maybe soon) .. and say .. 'what'll it be today then, come on bring it on' ..
And so the 'downward' spiral slows and after a time (hopefully) begins to reverse ..
Patootie - You are much more positive now and it is lovely to hear that you are smiling.
Tweety - I will have to give you a ring about min tweety. Things are moving in the right direction. You will have to keep fighting the system thou.
patootie - it is very sweet of you to think of me when you obviously suffer so much. my regular monthly migraine is coming to its end at present. i am very lucky in that i have found a med that works (zomig) but with so long on strong painkillers, i have become dependent on them. i have an appointment with a migraine specialist at the end of this month, so i will see what they have to say.
tracey - the gp surgery gave me a ring on friday to ask me which school mini attends. i am assuming that this information is going in the referral to the child psychiatrist (in case I hadn't mentioned, mini is being assessed for autism spectrum disorder.) i have been drugged up to the eyeballs this week and have been lucky to remember anything i have typed this week. luckily, i haven't been too busy at work!
patootie - How are you today?
Tweety - You did mention mini tweety being assessed for autism spectrum disorder.
hope you are ok today patootie. how's the wobbleator going?
My very own wobbleator has arrived this very morning .. .. that was quite quick delivery for once
Hmmm ... now I shall probably have a good work out putting it together
Looks into the enormous box .. these wires go where .. blimey .. peers up a long tube .. am I supposed to thread them up there or dangle them outside I wonder .. hmmm .. better read the instructions first for a change
It's a bit smaller overall than the 'borrowed' one .. but that will be easier for me as I couldn't shift the borrowed one at all .. far too big and heavy .. although the platform you actually stand and wobble around on is slightly bigger .. so that's good too ..
Now if I could just get rid of these blessed cold sores and a mouthful of ulcers I'd be more inclined to want to fiddle around with building my wobbleator ..
you should do it in the bloke style.... put it together until you reach a impass of 'threading the toggle through the flange marked A' and only then read the instructions
Nope Colin .. I dare say I would still be trying to finish it if I'd done it the 'blokey' way ... and wondering why I had a small (but oh so important) metal widget left over
It's all together .. surprisingly easy to move on it's nice big wheels .. and will stand in my bedroom a treat .. ready for instant action any time I choose ..
Mind you I did have a bit of a giggle before wheeling it off to the bedroom .. I stood it right next to the borrowed wobbler .. carefully does it .. got one foot on each platform .. set the timers to 30 seconds .. lowest wobble rate .. and whhhheeeeeehhhhaaarrrr yyaaaarrrr ... ohhh myyy ggggidddyyy aauuunt that was ffffunnnyy ...
Near rocked my fillings out ... and I just don't want to tell you what was going on with my .. errr ... my own wobbly bits .. hahahahahahahahahh ... talk about ripples in a pond .. I think I had the 'perfect storm' going on
I love the fact that you tried it
ha, ha - i am picturing you on two wobbleators patootie; it has really made me smile. hope you had lots of fun!
<waves to the rest>
It was decidedly wobblelicious ...
Now when will I ever get the chance to try that kind of thing again .. maybe never .. so you have to grasp these opportunities don't you .. and it really made me laugh out loud ..
patootie - i don't know what part of the country you are in but i saw an advert in the free london paper this morning (metro) and thought of you.
research trial for fibrommyalgia medication
the department of rheumatology at kings college hospital is conducting an international study investigating a possible new treatment for fibromyalgia.
if you are at least 18 years old and suffer from fibromyalgia, you may qualify to take part. participation will involve taking either study medication or placebo for 14 weeks.
you will be monitored throughout with regular visits to the hospital including questionnaires, blood tests and clinical examinations.
all travel expenses will be reimbursed and information will be strictly confidential. if you are interested in participating, please contact samuel mugari on 07948 835216 for further information.
hope you are ok in the adventures of the wobbleator!
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