New heart meds.
New high blood pressure med, that also helps with my heart crap.
Vitamin D, because I apparently do not have a level that could be found. Should help with nearly every health issue I have.
Transitioning from oral meds for diabetes to more oral meds plus insulin. I can hardly wait.
Some weird preliminary something from my pap test, but I cannot handle worrying about it now.
Bone density testing, colonoscopy (freaking yikes), mammogram and some other damn things still to come. I can hardly wait.
My anti-anxiety med came back at nearly $127.00/US per month, and that was after the insurance discount. Under the old insurance plan it was $10.00/US per month. It is one that most people cannot tolerate taking, weird side effects and all that, but it has worked like a charm for me; I really hate to give it up. Oh, well, until I find a med that my insurance will cover I will just have to embrace skittering out of my skin for a while. Should really be a boost to the fighting downstairs. I can hardly wait.
Other than that, my new doctor is a dream come true. As recently as four months ago, my old doctor was noodling around and not addressing the problems I was having. To find the new doc and have her be someone this thorough and assertive about treating the few things I have is, well, it is a little stunning, as well as being reassuring. More than reassuring.
I meet with a diabetic clinic person in two weeks, see my doc three weeks following that, to retest my blood and adjust meds as needed.
I am used to needles, both for myself and as a vet tech and owner of pets with extraordinary needs. If you are fuzzy I can treat your diabetes and hyper-thyroidism, give you infusions, administer vaccinations, rid you of worms and other parasites, and neuter you. I really can. So, none of that should be a problem. I can hardly wait.
Other than that, I feel just fine, like usual. Although, as I spent the afternoon thinking about all of this, there might be a chance that when all the dust/drugs/needles settle that I might begin to have more energy. It surely would be wonderful to find the right types and amounts of
The fall I took last week is healing and I can lift my leg again and get into and out of the car with ease. I have new library books and some DVDs
Oh, and I am calling my new doc Sawbones because she told me that if I am going to keep falling so much that I had better get a bone density test done pronto.
I finally made an appointment with the dentist just down the block. I can walk there. Turns out that even though I do not have a plan that requires me to choose from a
I have tomorrow with no appointments, nothing to do except sort art supplies or if that gets too strenuous, I have fillums. Guardians of the Galaxy. Maleficent. Maze Runner. The Hundred Foot Journey.
I can hardly wait.
I am sort of regretting making this the week when I do or arrange for all of this stuff. So much easier to crawl back into my lair, dark and quiet and lovely space that it is.