Saturday, October 05, 2013
The trip to the dr. yesterday was eventful. When I made the appt I told the gal to write down that I was rotting away. Well the dr and nurses had a good laugh over that one. I have known the one nurse since we were both kids living just down the street from one another so she knows how much I mess around. The results of the visit were I was put on medication for diabetis which I started this morning. I have an appt with the cardiologist next week and had some of my heart medicine doubled. Then he wanted me to see a dermatologist and would you believe that they actully had an opening yesterday so I was able to get in and not make another day of running to see drs. I have a yeast infection in the navel so am on an antibiotic for that and also using ointment. Also had two areas where they took biopsies. Don't know exactly what they are looking at, but she said I had a couple of things going on and she wants to make sure that they treat me the right way. I will hear back from her in a couple weeks about treatment. I told her that when I come back I will wear my halloween costume and I will trick them while they treat me.
I am taking a lot more medication for the next couple of weeks, but if I get this all cleared up I will feel great. As I told my one sis, it will be something wierd and unusual because that is the way I do things. The one area where they took the biopsy is right at the area where they took out the pacemaker. I had gotten a weird infection from the leads of the pacemaker a couple of yeas ago. It was quite a battle to get it under control. So as I said it will probably some weird kind of infection.
Time to get going now I just came in here to pull up the weather for our area and see what is coming our way. My husband was watching the weather channel and our whole area is painted red. So thought I would check it out on a local basis. We need rain desperately. There are puddles out on the road this morning so it means we must have gotten some rain, but you would never know it looking at the dry ground.