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14 February 2007 @ 09:32 pm
I never, ever ever ever want to go back to a hospital again ever.

After eight hours there, with the promise of three more to go, I started to cry.

I'm not going into the details. Let's just say cheekymice, I have a whole new well of sympathy for you. I can't imagine having to go through this as many times as you have.

Upshot: I am not dying. I do have uterine fibroids, which make it difficult if not impossible to have children. Since I had no interest in doing so, that doesn't bother me. They also, apparently, are the cause of some of my pain. Not all, just some. They may or may not contribute to the stomach pain and vomiting. No one knows.

I don't want to talk about the money either.

Anyway, I'm reasonably okay. Short of a CT scan (which I am NOT HAVING), everything looks reasonably fine.

Maybe the vomiting is stress. That would be nice. I'm going to figure on it being stress and let it go.
I feel: discontentdiscontent
cocoajava on February 15th, 2007 01:56 pm (UTC)
Ugh. *careful hugs* ER rooms are never fastmoving places.

I'm glad it's nothing horribly serious, though I do hope it gets under control soon. Working on stress management techniques does seem to be in order.
Elle: Pinup girltheletterelle on February 15th, 2007 06:09 pm (UTC)
You know, until you said that, it never occurred to me that there was a way I could manage stress. *is blind*

Thank you for pointing out the obvious. :) I'm definitely going to work on that. Like I said, anything's better than going back to the hospital.
cocoajava on February 15th, 2007 06:23 pm (UTC)
At MSU, we have Stress Management classes that any employee can take. There are DEFINITELY techniques you can use! Go Google "Stress Management" and you'll find lots of information.

*hugs* Just want you to be the happiest you can be.