Wednesday, March 10, 2010

Fight with Frustration

Last night, I ended up with a pretty severe migraine. I had been trying to turn it around for the past few days. I've had the nausea and the painful shoulders and neck. Finally, the sharp pain in my head came on. It's been there for the past two days.

I have been fighting it all night long, literally. I've had cotton in my ears due to sound sensitivity. Can you imagine being sensitive to sounds with a house full of children :-(. It's even worse today.

As I tried to sleep last night, I became fearful as I began to think about my cousin and his having had a stroke. Doctor said there are two kinds of stroke. One being caused by a clogged artery, usually in the neck area. The other by a blood vessel exploding in the brain. There are signs/symptoms that lead up to the stroke. I began to wonder, perhaps, that may be what has been happening to me. At one point, I became almost tearful, but it hurt even more to cry!

Today, I am still hurting, still on the verge of tears. I took pain pills last night that did nothing at all. I'm not sure what to do. I have no medical insurance, but I can go to the clinic. I plan to take the days as easy as I can in possible anticipation of PMS.

This is quite a scary experience. Usually, I can turn the pain around if I catch the symptoms early which I did this time. Even my eyes hurt being on the computer! I needed to write in my journal, but this is actually easier. With that said, I'm off the computer now so I can call the clinic.

Thanks for listening. No pity...just understanding. Positive thoughts and lots of prayers!


Momma Fargo said...

Rest well and I hope it passes soon! I will send out a prayer for you. Take care!

Polly said...

Hey Pres, Im sorry I haven't been to your blog for a while the babies are keeping me busy!
I hope that you have managed to be rid of your migrane, they are terrible things. xx

presious said...

Thank you ladies. Though I was in tears yesterday, literally, today is a tad better. It's still lingering, but it's better. The red river finally began this morning. I can honestly say, I am glad she has arrived so this pain can go away.

Thank you so much for your support! It means more than you know!