I saw the doctor today

I went to my gp this morning. My left ear needs to be cirringed. The gp only looked in my ear, apparently its above her to do it, she told me to make an appointment with the nurse and she’d do it. So now I have to wait a whole week before I can get in to see a nurse. So I am going to have the ear done on the 14th. In the meantime I am using eardrops to soften the wax and she told me to keep using those.
The second thing I went about is my blood pressure. My lyrica is cauising it to drop. Dr. Barry recommended I get a 24 hour monitor on to monitor it. The nurse also has to do that, and I had to wait until the 26th to get booked in for it.
Of course neither of those days my pa is working, so I will have to try and arrange for someone else to take me, probably my mom.

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Author: manyofus1980

I am a woman in my mid 30's. I'm blind and I have dissociative identity disorder, I also have complex PTSD. I blog about my life with these disorders. I live in Ireland.

6 thoughts on “I saw the doctor today”

  1. It’s sad that you must wait for all these things to be done for you. But so it is with medical issues. Good at least, that you have these eardrops. Hope they’ll help. And hope you’ll find someone so you could get to these apts.

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  2. Oh, so you didn’t talk to her yet? :O As far as I can remember you said that you will have a phone check in with her. Anyway, you’re not lonely and not alone. I’m thinking of you, am with you and lots of people are. And you’re not hopeless. Eileen will text you soon, isn’t it comforting? I know all these feelings are SO overwhelming for ya and waiting for her to text you may seem endless, but feelings are only feelings, they’ll leave you finally and they don’t mean that this loneliness and hopelessness you feel is a real situation you’re in. When it comes to Eileen, think that she cares for you, won’t leave you alone, she just must get some time to help you. She is really devoted to you and won’t let you manage with everything on your own, knowing how attached you are to her.
    Sending hugs and support. 🙂

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    1. She is doing the blood pressure monitor as well. But not on the same day, don’t know why it doesn’t make any sense to me you think it’s a big you’d dealer something the way they are carrying on

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