Getting it right

6 Mar

I went to the doctors yesterday. I had a glucose test last week and had to go in to see them as it was still high, but my doctor was very pleased with how much it has come down, I think it was 69 and it was down to 49 (why they don’t use the same measurements as they meters I don’t know!)

Although that’s more to do with the medication than anything I’m doing right food wise. My ldl cholesterol was back down to normal, it was very high, but my good cholesterol, is still way too low and the way to improve that is… exercise! But guess what’s lost all its charm now. The gym. I cannot motivate myself to go there at all, but I’m pretty sure it’s because I have menorrhagia yet again.

A whole month of bleeding is bound to get you down. It’s bad enough when it’s just for a week. So I’m hoping that’s why I’ve been struggling the last month. I have been given Norethisterone to stop it and it’s much better already this morning, but it’s really got me down this last month.

I told the doctor I got funding for the surgery. He seemed genuinely excited for me. He was shocked because he still thinks they only do 12 a year, but I told him it changed about two years ago and they do about 50 now.

No letter as of yet, but my post hasn’t come this morning. So it could still be out there.

I’m going to “try” and go to the gym today I hope I make it, I really don’t like paying £40 for nothing!

Dana has her surgery sometime later today. Wishing her all the luck in the world and she is as pain free as possible when she comes out of surgery.



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