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Woe! Woe!

Poor old Toby-Dog is sick. He's got pancreatitis again, poor little dude. He's got to spend 48 hours on a drip with NO FOOD which I'm sure he hates.

I want my dog back! He's depressed like me, but he's got such a happy vibe to him! He wags his tail and gets a big stupid grin and he brings me up. We go for walks together and he has a great time and that boosts me too.


I'm tired again. So tired, all the time. I think perhaps my body has adapted to the sleeping tablets, because they don't even seem to work anymore. Plus, my head feels funny a lot of the time. If it's not actually doing that thing where it feels like it's moving, it often just feels generally funny. Like it's full of felt.

Two weeks until they test me for epilepsy. I better not have freakin' epilepsy, even if it is only a minor form. I mean... WHAT THE HELL? If the list of medical conditions on my Doctor's referals were any longer, it'd have to run to two pages. For those of you who are of a medical mind, apparently I have episodes of "what may be petit mal".

We'll just have to wait and see, anyway.

Stupid body! It's full of things that can go wrong. Bad design. Very bad.


( 2 comments! — Make Remark! )
Jul. 29th, 2007 11:18 pm (UTC)
Oh no! Toby! much love to the poor little puppy and I hope he gets better soon.
Jul. 30th, 2007 03:08 am (UTC)
Awww poor Toby dog. He be such a cutie. I hope he's coming back soon.

One of the children at work has epilepsy. Apparently he has several of the petit mal in a day. I've never looked hard enough at the right times to notice but other staff members say they've seen it. I do imagine it would be tiring, and could also make you feel kinda funny. The way I've had it explained it's like he'll stare off into space for a few seconds without knowing, and when he comes back things may not be where he left them. Although it'll be annoying to have yet another thing, it would be nice if that explained a bit of how you're feeling weird, and perhaps then they can fix whatever it's causing, which would take a bit of the strain off.
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