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Saturday, so far so good

Saturday, November 20, 2010

I was so tired last night; I was watching the Fashion Police on E and turned the tv off around 10:55pm; I could not even stay awake to watch the last few minutes of the program, so I did not get too see who was the best dressed and who was the worst this week, lol!
Of course, after I turned off the light and tried to relax, the hot flashes started, but eventually I did fall asleep, and got up at 8:30am this morning.

Feeling some pain in my hip, knee, arm and shoulder today, but so far have not taken a pain pill. Needed to get a few things done today and wanted to do them while I was fully awake.

I ordered some prints of some photos from Kodak.com, pictures I want to include in some of my Christmas cards.
Also added a few new songs to my MP3 player from my CDs. Updated my Caring Bridge page.
I got started on my Christmas cards also; I usually send out around 50 cards, so I start them early so I don't have to spend hours trying to get them all done in one day. I am just addressing the envelopes right now, I won't be mailing them out for at least a couple more weeks. Got 15 done so far. They aren't so bad just doing a few a day.

I also decided that because of my appointments on Monday and Tuesday, and Thanksgiving on Thursday, to get my groceries early tomorrow morning, before the stores get crowded with people shopping for their holiday dinners. I got that list ready earlier today.

This has been the most productive Saturday I have had in a few weeks. Aside from the pain issues, feeling a little bit better today than I have for awhile.
I'm not sure if the steroid injection I had for my shoulder is going to work or not; it's too early to tell right now, but I am disappointed that it is not feeling better.

  
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OPALMOON 11/21/2010 4:59AM

    Hi Shari,

Good to hear you had a good sleep - that probably helped you get so much done - good for you! You did well to keep going without any pain medication. I try to do the same as often as possible, though some days when it is too painful to do anything I end up giving in. I have my fingers crossed for you that your shoulder improves.

Have a great day Sunday, Nattacia

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1COUNTRY_GAL 11/21/2010 3:50AM

    Oh wonderful to have these kind of days where we feel so pleased with the things we accomplish, emoticonShari.May Sunday give you another productive day. emoticonDiana emoticon

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BKWHITE3 11/20/2010 10:14PM

    Glad you felt better today.

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CARRAND 11/20/2010 8:28PM

    Good for you! I love to send lots of Christmas cards. I'm going to start addressing mine tomorrow.

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AMYBINTN 11/20/2010 8:26PM

    I'm glad you're feeling better today and that you got some sleep last night! It's great that you're already addressing your Christmas cards--you are very organized! I'm glad today was productive for you. I'm happy tonight because now my dryer is working. emoticon
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ELLFIN3 11/20/2010 8:25PM

    emoticon for a productive day!!! I am going to try to get my Christmas cards done next Friday when I have off! I hope you rest well tonight and have Wonderful Sunday!!! emoticon emoticon

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TUFFYBIRD 11/20/2010 5:14PM

    I'm glad you're feeling well enough to accomplish all this. You've had a rough go of it recently so this is good to see.

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GEODAWG 11/20/2010 5:13PM

    You have accomplished a lot! Makes me feel really lazy! I did bake a hen and make the huge cornbread for my Thanksgiving dressing. What else? Oh yeah. I sat still so Percy could sleep in my lap!
Glad you are feeling better!

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LOVES_ANIMALS 11/20/2010 4:21PM

    You are a busy bee!

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FATROCKSTAR 11/20/2010 4:14PM

    Good blog-I read the book "Things your Dr. never learned in Med School", and they had the idea that alot of the reasons hot flashes occur is due to a magnesium deficiency! I got over alot of the hot flashes because I supplemented with magnesium-just a thought-it really worked for me! Normandy emoticon

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Friday, November 19

Friday, November 19, 2010

I got a call this morning from the gastro doctor's office; my follow up appointment was changed from November 23rd, to December 2nd. So I will have to wait a little bit before I find out about what my tests mean, but I won't have to go out of town for the office visit now, it's one of the days when he will be here in town. I am glad of that. I don't like being in traffic in large cities, even if I'm not the one that is driving, it still makes me nervous. Now my only out of town appointment is for the gastric emptying study that will be on Monday.

I am glad to have a couple of days to just stay home and not have to go anywhere. It's been a busy week with all the appointments and tests.

I tried one of the Flector patches that my pain specialist gave me a sample of; it does seem to help a little with the hip pain, but I still am feeling some weakness in that leg. I still have to be careful with the patches though, even if they are not an oral medication they can still cause stomach irritation; they are not something I would use every day because of that. I will only use them on the worst days. And they don't make me sleepy like the oral pain pills, so if I need to drive somewhere and I am having pain, at least I can use a patch.

Right now I am trying to get rid of a sinus headache; having some cold and windy weather today which aggravates that.

I colored my hair this morning, using my usual stuff, the Clairol Natural Instincts. Because of my hair thinning from the chemo, I have been wearing hats, scarves, and sometimes a wig. Before today, the last time I colored my hair was in June. But the color looked so "blah", that I had to do something with it; even if 90% of it is covered up when I am wearing a scarf. I have a lot of short hairs blended in with the longer hair; I can't tell if some of it is hair I lost that is growing back, or if what is growing out now is just more fragile and is breaking off, but maybe one of these days when I am not feeling so tired, I'll try styling it again and see what it looks like. I know it is still thinning though, because I see the evidence when I wash my hair. But having the color freshened up again makes me feel a little better, even if I'm the only one who will know it.

I need to get my shelter for Neighbor Cat finished soon too; she was over visiting me again today. I had not seen her for a few weeks, but she surprised me and showed up as I was stepping outside to get the mail today.

My best friend's husband and her daughter came over today and picked up my leaves; my yard got all full again after that 3 day windstorm we had a few weeks ago. The city I live in picks up yard waste on Tuesdays, from April to November, and there are only 2 more pick up days left for the season, so I was glad to have it done today. We also have the possibility of snow this weekend. I have them in those tall paper yard waste bags, and they are on my porch now to protect them from the rain, so all I have to do on Monday is haul them out the edge of the yard so they can be picked up next Tuesday morning. They brought over their mulching mower that has a bag on it, so with my small yard, it only took 3 of the paper bags to hold them. I am so lucky to have good friends to help with the things I am not able to do for myself at this time.

  
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OPALMOON 11/20/2010 7:48AM

    Hi Shari,

Glad to hear you won't have to go out of town for your next appointment, and that your friends have been so helpful and supportive. That was a great idea to colour your hair, I think it always gives one a boost - good for you. I hope the sinus headache clears, take care of yourself and I have a relaxing weekend.

Best wishes, Nattacia

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1COUNTRY_GAL 11/20/2010 2:55AM

    You have everything so organized Shari,you are a wonderful person and it is nice to have some days where you don't have to go anywhere,you had such a busy week.Take care and have a pleasant weekend! God Bless You, emoticon emoticonDiana emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon

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BKWHITE3 11/19/2010 10:31PM

    Glad you got help with the leaves. I remember when I lived in Michigan having to rake the leaves and haul them to the curb in those paper yard bags. Also glad that you on see the doctor in your town and not have to travel.

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CARRAND 11/19/2010 9:09PM

    I'm glad you got help with the leaves. I raked last weekend, but had to do it all over again today. I felt going doing it, though because the sun was shining.

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AMYBINTN 11/19/2010 8:50PM

    I agree that hair color can boost your spirits--it does that for me. I also like natural instincts color--I think the box says that it is not permanent, but it seems to last a long time and you don't have a "line" like you can with permanent color. I like doing it myself so I can leave it on a shorter amount of time and it leaves my hair in better condition. I've had hairstylists compliment my color so I figure I will keep saving the $$ and do it myself. emoticon emoticon amy

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LOVES_ANIMALS 11/19/2010 8:33PM

    I am always happy to hear about the help that you get from your family and friends.

Hugs,

Sally

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GOANNA2 11/19/2010 6:02PM

    I am so glad that you have such wonderful help from great friends.

I hope you have an enjoyable and painfree weekend.
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PMCFARM 11/19/2010 5:44PM

  Shari, you are indeed blessed to have such wonderful friends, and we here on SCForum are blessed by the friendship & support you give us everyday You are so emoticon! emoticon MarilynC.

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ELLFIN3 11/19/2010 5:14PM

    You are very lucky to such good friends!!! I am glad the neighbor kittie came to see you! Our neighbor kittie here at the office came over today! She only comes when she know Moxie is not here! I never thought about those patches effecting your stomach! Now I know! I hope you rest well tonight and have a relaxing weekend!!! emoticon emoticon

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Endoscopy today

Thursday, November 18, 2010

I actually slept pretty good last night, and did not have any trouble getting up this morning, except for not wanting to get out of my bed because it was so nice and warm, and the morning was cold.

I was so hungry, but could not eat before the endoscopy; I had been told not to eat or drink after midnight last night. This morning, all I could think about was that I couldn't wait to get back home so that I could eat. And I turned the tv on to the local morning news show, and they were doing a feature on cheesecake, lol! After I had switched the channel to The Today Show, they were soon showing how to make cookies; I had to turn the tv off then.

Once I got to the surgical center, I did not have long to wait. I had a nice heated blanket waiting for me, and they even warm up the gowns!
I don't remember anything of the procedure itself; they put that plastic mouth guard in and told me to bite down on it, and then they gave me the sedatives. The next thing I remember is waking up in the recovery area.

I was still out of it when the doctor spoke to my mom. He said there are no signs of an ulcer, but I have inflammation in the small intestine caused by acid, and possibly an infection. I have to take my Protonix twice per day instead of once per day like I have been, and stick to my bland diet for now. I still don't know what is causing the pain, but I'm sure more will be found out when I have my gastric emptying study done on Monday.

They gave me a glass of apple juice to drink when I woke up, then I got dressed and my mom drove me home. I was not even hungry, I was still so groggy from the sedatives, that I went right to bed and slept until 4:30pm. I ate a little bit when I got up, but still feel tired, and have a little bit of a headache. The headache is probably from not eating for so long; the last time I ate before the endoscopy was around 8:30pm last night when I had some yogurt.

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Just had to edit, I realized I wrote that I woke up in the "utility area" when I meant the "recovery area" LOL! I guess the sedatives are still in my system.

  
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OPALMOON 11/19/2010 8:25AM

    Hi Shari,

I'm glad the endoscopy went well. I hope the intestinal inflammation and infection clears soon, and that you can soon be free of pain.

Take it easy and look after yourself, and I hope you are feeling brighter tomorrow.

Best wishes, Nattacia

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MAINLADY 11/19/2010 7:58AM

    Glad you made it through okay and that basically all is well. That's good news. Don't you love those warm blankets. I snuggle right under them. Have a good day today.

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MARTHA-ANN 11/19/2010 7:41AM

    Glad things went well for you, sleep well! emoticon

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1COUNTRY_GAL 11/19/2010 1:59AM

    Glad it's over for you and they get some answers to your discomfort.I hope you feel better this Friday and weekend.Those warm blankets are so nice.I used to do that for our kids when they were younger and they really like this and got dressed fast because the cloths would cool off. emoticonDiana emoticon

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BKWHITE3 11/18/2010 10:23PM

    Glad your endoscopy went well. Hope and pray that the doctors can find out what is causing your pain. Rest and take care. emoticon Bonnie

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GEODAWG 11/18/2010 10:14PM

    I loved the warm blankies and the socks I got. In fact if it were not for being in the hospital for one thing or another, I could live there with the sweet nurses and the warm blankets!

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AMYBINTN 11/18/2010 9:42PM

    I'm glad the endoscopy went well today and that you got some rest! Hopefully you'll find out soon what the problem is.
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CARRAND 11/18/2010 9:20PM

    I've had endoscopy done several times in connection with my gluten intolerance. The drugs are wonderful. You really don't remember a thing. Sleep well.

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ELLFIN3 11/18/2010 8:51PM

    The utility room? TeeHee!!! I hope all the tests will get to the bottom of the pain! I am glad you rested well last night! I hope you rest as well tonight!! You are so brave and have such a great attitude! Your are so inspiring!!! Thanks for being you!!!! emoticon emoticon
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PATRICIA441 11/18/2010 7:31PM

  Thanks so much for stopping by and giving good thoughts for our Max. He is having trouble with fur balls even though I am constantly brushing him! With the temperatures staying warmer than normal he is shedding. He is such a sweetie! Hope you sleep well dear one. Hugs. Pat

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KATHYJO56 11/18/2010 7:06PM

    I love the warm blankets and gowns. They can never give me too many of those blankets. Try to relax tonight and I hope you are feeling better soon. emoticon

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CELLOPLAYER1 11/18/2010 6:31PM

    Have nice restful evening!

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LOVES_ANIMALS 11/18/2010 6:26PM

    It is scary to have procedures, but much better when they help you to sleep with meds!

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KAT7457 11/18/2010 6:15PM

    my granddaughter who is 8 is having the same issues you are and the dr. may think its her instestines and inflammation. so whenshe eats its very litle so they dont want to do the down the throat thing yet hoping she will outgrow it but she may have to sooner or later. glad that found out what it was. hope the meds work for you. I will say a prayer for you.hugs

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AVALONAPPLE 11/18/2010 6:13PM

    Those warmed blankets are the best!! I had a D&C about 3 weeks ago and also found it hard to refrain from eating. Hope you rest up and feel better.

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My pain specialist appointment yesterday

Wednesday, November 17, 2010

An update on my friend before I start: She saw the surgeon Monday, and the surgeon is pretty sure she can do a sterotactic (not sure if I am spelling it right) biopsy; if that doesn't work, she will have to another kind of biopsy. She said 80% of the time the kind of lump my friend has is benign, but they still have to worry about the other 20%, because my friend's mother had breast cancer also, and died from it.
(She was like a second mom to me too). Even if the biopsy is ok, she will need to get a mammogram every 6 months. The biopsy isn't until December 9th, so she has awhile to wait yet. I feel so bad for her having to wait; I know for me, that was the hardest part when my whole ordeal with breast cancer started. Thank you to everyone who has been praying for her.

I had my chemo yesterday morning; right on time too; I guess they had 3 patients not show up for their appointments so they had rooms open. I checked in as usual and they told to me to come on in, didn't even have to sit in the waiting room.

In the afternoon, I had an appointment with my pain specialist. He thinks the pain in my shoulder is coming from my neck, and he wants to check and make sure there are no bone mets in that part of my spine; (when I had my radiation on the spine in January and February, that part of my spine was not radiated on.) So I need to get an x-ray and an MRI done of the cervical spine.

He also gave me a steroid injection in my back near my shoulder. It really numbed my arm, including my hand, so I could not type with that hand, so that is why I did not write my blog yesterday; I had been planning to do it after I got home from that appointment.

I had to have my mom help me feed Timmy and Kallie, I couldn't open up the can of cat food with one hand, and I also had to have her put my blinds down for me; it was 5pm by then and getting dark.

He also gave me samples of Flector patches to try; they contain NSAIDS, which I can't take orally because of my stomach, but he said these are not as likely to cause stomach irritation, and I can still use my other pain pills with the patches.

I had my x-rays done today. Taking it easy the rest of the day; my left arm still feels a bit weak from the injection, and is quite painful today. But with those injections, it's normal for the pain to get worse before it gets better. It will probably be a week before it actually starts to feel better.

Having hard time taking my sweater and jacket off and on today; I never realized before that I always stick my right arm in first; then when I try to put my left arm in, it really hurts, so I need to try to remember to stick that arm in first instead. (I have hot flashes so I am always taking a sweater or jacket off and on all day). It didn't help either having to undressed to put a gown on my for my x-rays, and dressed again after. It's funny how we don't notice how often we use certain body parts until it hurts to move them or we can't move them.

Tomorrow is my endoscopy; I can't eat or drink anything after midnight tonight; that is going to be hard, as my procedure isn't until 11am. I am hoping I can at least sleep til 9am, less time that way to feel hungry or thirsty.


  
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OPALMOON 11/18/2010 9:19AM

    Shari, I hope all goes well for you tomorrow. You are very brave and an inspiration, and you and your friend are in my thoughts and prayers.

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BKWHITE3 11/17/2010 9:56PM

    Shari, praying for you and your friend.

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CARRAND 11/17/2010 8:50PM

    You and your friend will be in my thoughts. Hope the arm and shoulder are feeling better soon.

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OUTDOORGIRL70 11/17/2010 8:36PM

    Shari....

Praying for you & your friend.

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GEODAWG 11/17/2010 8:35PM

    Your friend's lump must not be cancerous at all or they would perform the biopsy sooner!
Lordy don't you hate hot flashes! I do not even wear long sleeved shirts!
Hang in there hon. I sent blessings and prayers to you today in yoga. Beat this thing!!!!

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LOVES_ANIMALS 11/17/2010 7:35PM

    Hope things move ahead positively for both of you and your friend.

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MERRY40 11/17/2010 7:19PM

    I'm praying for the best for your friend. It's ashame that she has to wait so long to find out. But hopefully everything will turn out fine. I am also keeping you in my prayers that all will turn out well for you. You must be going through so much right now-my heart goes out to you. God bless.
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GOANNA2 11/17/2010 4:41PM

    emoticonPraying for you Shari. You are in so much pain and I wish I could help but just want to wish you and your friend positive good results.

You re so courageous and will have you in my prayers.
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BAILEYSMOM7 11/17/2010 4:05PM

    You are in my thoughts. I am so glad your mom is there to help.

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ELLFIN3 11/17/2010 2:40PM

    I always keep you and your family in my thoughts and prayers!! I know how it is to have so many procedures done! Stay strong and safe!! I will also keep your friend in my thoughts and prayers!
You know it might have been fun (if it had not been painful) for you to type your blog yesterday who knows what you might have typed! I have trouble when there is nothing wrong with me! Thank heaven for spell check!! And I would have thought those beautiful Kitties could open their own food!! emoticon!
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KATHYJO56 11/17/2010 2:01PM

    Shari, You are going through so many things right now. You are right at the top of my prayer list. I admire your courage and endurance; you are an awesome woman. emoticonfor you and your friend. emoticon

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1COUNTRY_GAL 11/17/2010 1:54PM

    Prayers first off for you and your friend emoticon emoticonThe waiting would be so difficult,I would just want it to be done asap or sooner. She's so lucky to have you as her friend,you must be a comfort for her.I wish I give you both emoticon,pretend is all I can do.That must have felt weird to have your arm numb and that is so true,we don't realize how much we use certain body parts until it hurts to use them.I am sorry you have to hurt to not hurt at some point.Best wishes on your endoscopy and getting some sleep as late as you can,since you cannot eat.Oh I would be so grumpy if I could not eat that long. emoticon emoticonDiana

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Made it through the stress echo cardiogram today

Monday, November 15, 2010

My plan last night was to take my sleeping pill at 8:30pm, and be asleep by 9pm, or 9:30pm at the latest; but I was still awake at 11pm.
I had the alarm set for 4:30am, so that I could have something to eat, as I could have nothing to eat 4 hours before the test which was scheduled for 8:50am. It was so hard to get up, especially having to crawl out of a nice warm bed, but I made myself a small snack and went back to bed. Then I reset the alarm for 7am, and once again, it was hard to get up, and I hit the snooze alarm a few times before getting up at 7:30am. I am thinking now it would have been better to go without eating so early and just had that extra time to sleep instead.

I had to wait a little while when I got to the office; they still had the patient before me back in the stress test area, and they were still waiting for the doctor, she was a little late today. It was probably less than a half hour wait, but it seemed longer than that. Especially since I had not brought a book with me and there were not really any interesting magazines to look at.

The first thing done was that I had to have all those electrode things stuck to my chest, then a resting heart echo was done. That felt a little uncomfortable at times, but I think it's because my ribs are a little sensitive because of the bone mets. Then they had me get started on the treadmill while we waited for the doctor to come in. She took longer to get there than they were expecting (she was with another patient) and they had me stop for a few minutes and sit and rest. Then when she came in, the treadmill part of the test got started. This time it was faster. I didn't get out of breath, but I got a little light headed, probably due to not being able to eat before the test, and my legs felt kind of shaky. I didn't have any pain except in my left shoulder and arm where I have been having the pain for a couple of months now. I was gripping the treadmill a little tightly, so if my shoulder pain problem is because of a nerve, I probably aggravated it by doing that. It was still a lot better than having the drug induced stress test.

I was told my doctor would get the results by next Monday, and if anything is abnormal, they will call me.

With the lack of sleep, I am really feeling the fatigue today. Also not having a good day with the hip and knee pain. But I am not surprised that the pain is bad today, because of the treadmill. I'm almost done doing my laundry, and after that I will take a pain pill. I was afraid of it making me too light headed so that is why I didn't take one earlier.

  
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ISLANDRITER 11/17/2010 11:29AM

    Glad you made it through...waiting with you for good results!

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GEORGANNE39 11/17/2010 10:06AM

    I have been through that test, as well, and understand what you are going through. Hang in there - Monday is not far away. Best of luck to you.

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LIFE_IS_SO_GOOD 11/17/2010 9:58AM

    Glad to hear the test is done. I hope the results are good (though I suspect they are cause if the aren't they don't let you out the door).



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GEODAWG 11/16/2010 5:04PM

    I like it when they tell you they will deliver the results in a few days. It is when they put you in a room, right after the tests!, with nice furniture and two people come in and smile sadly at you. Then you know you are in deep s***! Good luck with the results and sleep tight!

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GOANNA2 11/16/2010 8:55AM

    I am glad the test was ok for you.
Now we will pray for good results for you.

Just get lots of rest and hope you are feeling better.
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CARRAND 11/15/2010 8:22PM

    Sounds like things went pretty well, but I'll bet you're glad it's over. Have a good rest tonight and that should help you feel better tomorrow.

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LOVES_ANIMALS 11/15/2010 7:37PM

    Praying for happy results for you from the test

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BKWHITE3 11/15/2010 6:52PM

    Glad the test is over.Shari, you are in my prayers.

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CELLOPLAYER1 11/15/2010 6:49PM

    Shari, Glad to hear your test went well.

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1COUNTRY_GAL 11/15/2010 4:03PM

    You did it,honestly was it as bad as you worried? I am proud of you for being able to do the exercise way,you can put this down on your fitness tracker, emoticonNow waiting for the results,not my favorite part.I am not a very patient person when it comes to my health after a test,I want to know the results asap.or sooner.You go get cozy and rest with your fur babies and take it easy.Glad it's done. emoticonDiana emoticon

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MAINLADY 11/15/2010 3:51PM

    Glad to hear you got through the test fine. Relax now for the rest of the day.

Hugs,
Sharon


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ELLFIN3 11/15/2010 3:43PM

    emoticon I am glad that is over for you!! I am glad you were abe to complete the test without to much trouble! And of course instead of coming in and resting you have been doing laundry!!! emoticon!! I hope you rest well tonight my Spark Buddy!!!!! emoticon emoticon

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TERI99 11/15/2010 3:30PM

    All that, and you're doing laundry! I think I'd be in bed trying to catch up on some rest. I do hope you start feeling some relief soon. Try not to worry too much about the results (I know, easy to say but hard to do.) Many prayers for you, dear Shari!
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HOPE2BE 11/15/2010 3:30PM

    Shari I'm glad the test went well for you today. I pray it's a positive result that you get.

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