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Sunday, April 21, 2013

I went to my workman's comp Dr. to pick up my meds on Friday. I told the receptionist what was going on and she went to tell the Dr. he saw me right away. He is a former stroke Dr. and he is highly concerned with what is going on (too bad this isn't related to workman's comp) he thinks I am having a series of mini strokes and the next one I get I am to go to the ER right away. Unfortunately having no insurance this is something that I can't do. However if I get a really bad attack I will go. Plus he said that I am not looking good that is really nice to hear from your Dr. I sure know that I am feeling run down by the afternoon.

I have been having plenty of alone time my youngest son (the only one still living with me) left on Thursday evening to visit his older brother he is coming back either today or tomorrow. It is really quiet most of the time sometimes Shadow barks at something outside.
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    I so agree with ANGELBELIEVER. Please take care of yourself. I am so glad you did speak to a doctor about what is going on with you. You continue to be in my thoughts and prayers. emoticon
    1462 days ago
    i truly hope you go to the ER the next time you feel bad regardless of insurance - I'm sure there is some way to make it work - please take care of yourself....
    1463 days ago
    I am really worried about you. Mini strokes are nothing to fool with, insurancce or no insurance. I agree, GO To The ER.! No one else seems to be helping besides this Dr. What's the worst that can happen if you owe the hospital? You pay what you can every month. What's the worst that can happen if you DON'T go? You could die. I kow I'm being frank here, but I feel I must. YOU are moreimportant than a hospital bill. They will work with you. Please go for your sake and your family. emoticon
    1463 days ago
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