As I see Gaby on her up and down days, I find that I may have been neglectful of her symptoms over the past few years. She told me she was dizzy and had a headache, right behind her forehead. Her obesity was just her stomach and back. I saw the hump. For some reason I thought and reasoned out every symptom. Basically that she was lazy, and didnt want to do anything with the family.
This is causing relationship problems between me and my husband, he thinks she is faking it most of the ti
Gaby had an MRI today, with and without contrast. I am anxious for the results, wondering how long it will take to get them. I have a copy to send to a doctor that deals with cushing's disease. I have been trying to reach her doctor so she can get a midnight cortisol blood draw. Of course, its almost 6pm now, no call from her doctor, and from I have read she would test high right now. She says she is awake from 1 or 2 am to 5 am or later, can't sleep, thirsty all the time. But of course no
Gaby went canoeing with friends came home exhausted, and bruises and scratches all over her. She had a great time, jumping off bridges -ugh teenagerrs. I guess I will keep track of her healing rate. I am nervous about her upcoming MRI, hopefully will get some answers. She is still in a low I think, she sleeps through the night, but she is tired during the day. She woke up twice the other night because she was so thirsty, she said she thought she was going to die. I read of many people hea
I'm not quite sure how to go to make a new comment on the same blog, but Gaby has had a really bad day. She was dizzy and said she was tired and just felt like crap. Without a diagnosis or even a prelim. I want to keep her active, but not sure that is the best thing for her. She is walking and swimming (won't take off her t-shirt or shorts), her depression at times like today is severe, and I worry that she is not coping well with the idea of cushing's disease. I wonder if this is nomal 16ye