Just another day in paradise... but there is a change in the air!! It is raining for the first time in months!!!!!
Oh, wait a second... if it rains the grass will grow... if the grass grows I will have to get it cut...
Sheesh, can't win for losing.
Ok, on to more important things....
I saw my Endo for the first time in the hospital (thats one way to see them sooner, but I would not reccomend it) and yesterday I got to see the Endo for the first time in his office, and once again I almost burst into tears. It was probably one of the most positive if not THE most positive experiences I have ever had in a Dr's office.
Not once did he call me crazy... not once did he say I was just fat and anxious... hypochindriac was never even hinted at... nope. What he did say was "th
Today I get a call from the Hospital... my lab tests have come back (the ones from the ER) and my fractioned metanephrines and a cortisol test both came back at 3x normal range... chances are my Endo will take these results with a grain of salt since there was some stress involved at the time of testing (being in the ER and admitted with chest pains)
Where to start where to start...
I am currently being tested for Pheochromocytoma and Cushings, my Endo (who I was supposed to see for the first time on Oct. 1st but saw instead while admitted to the hospital) seems to think that I am just super lucky and have BOTH of them... story of my life it seems because I have always been on the low side of the percentages.
Low side of percentages? (My own lil explination for the weirdness that is me)
If something has a very low percent chance