My checkup went ok

My checkup went fine this morning. I got there early, about 20 minutes early.

The nurse I saw was lovely. And she was able to accommodate my request for her to do the EKG at the same time that she did my blood work.

It was a bit of a pain, as I had to get undressed to have the EKG, and the room we were in was quite small, so there wasn’t much room to maneuver.

However, we managed, and I had the EKG. She got one of the doctors to look at it, and everything is fine, it was normal.

What a relief! One less thing to worry about!

I won’t have my blood results for a week though.

I came home, and had fried eggs and toast for breakfast. I was starving, as I’d been fasting since midnight last night.

Now Frances is vacuuming, and I am just checking my emails.

Author: Carol anne

I am 40 years young. 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.

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