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Doctors and High Heels

Tuesday, March 06, 2012

I've had something weird going on in my stomach since September. Since our tax refund came in, I figured I would use it to pay for my insurance deductible, and try to get some answers. Saw the doctor and explained to her what was going on (was diagnoses with an ulcer in September, started taking Nexium, which fixed the burning pain in my stomach, which was then replaced with a tender feeling that won't go away). Doctor gave me a blood test and a full work up. My blood pressure is pretty good (which was a surprise), and my blood test came back normal. Then she sent me for an ultrasound, which came out fine, except they noted a 9 mm cyst on my kidney, which has me a little freaked out, but my doctor doesn't seem to be concerned by it. The next step is to see a gastroenterologist, who will probably do an endoscopy. I really just want this whole thing to be done.

I bought a pair of high heels. I don't ever wear heels because I was too afraid to walk in them. I love these heels, they are exactly what I wanted. But they don't fit. The size smaller is too small, and these come completely off my foot when I walk. I've tried insoles, cotton in the toes, and heel inserts. A combination of all of those helped, but then they were so tight, my toes went numb! I don't know what to do to make them fit right.

My fitness is lacking. I don't remember when I last had any fitness minutes. I've been stressing out about doctor appointments, trying to finish the blankets I'm doing for the boys, dealing with Hubby, and just general craziness.
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  • JANDK156
    Get back to walking, girl! It'll definitely help relieve stress, and you'll feel better after you can tick it off your list!
    2181 days ago
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