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Tag Archives: nausea
Doctor’s Visit and Blood Test Results
Linking up with Being Fibro Mom‘s Chronic Friday Linkup If you have been a regular reader you will know that I’ve been experiencing nausea and a low grade fever since last September with no doctor being able to tell me … Continue reading
Posted in Uncategorized Tagged blood disorders, cancer, Cleveland Clinic, Emily, Hematologist, Hematology, Infectious Disease, low grade fever, nausea, Oncologist, Oncology 91 Comments
The Neuropsychiatric Test, etc.
After waiting five months, I finally took my neuropsychiatric test also known as a neuropsychological test. For the last couple of years, I have been having difficulty with memory, including forgetting what simple things are called, forgetting conversations and losing … Continue reading
Posted in Uncategorized Tagged Bipolar Disorder, Depression, diabetes, Mania, memory loss, Metformin, nausea, neuropsychiatric test Leave a comment
Half of the Answer
I have to credit my aunt with telling me that my sweating could be the start of perimenopause. I’ve been dealing with sweat pouring down me to just a bit of physical activity working up a sweat since the summer. … Continue reading
Posted in Uncategorized Tagged Emily, hot flashes, menopause, nausea, perimenopause, symptoms of perimenopause Leave a comment
Trip to the Surgeon
I saw the surgeon yesterday to see about my gallbladder issues and he told me that in the absence of pain he did not believe that my gallbladder was the cause of my problems. Part of me was disappointed because … Continue reading
Posted in Uncategorized Tagged diabetes, Emily, Fibro, Fibromyalgia, gallbladder, Jacques, Lesser Known Symptoms of Fibromyalgia, Lupus, Mental Illness, nausea, Pinterest, Tyler 5 Comments
Health and Holiday Update
So I am still experiencing nausea with a low grade fever. You can also add to that periods of excessive sweating and mega thirst and urination. The thirst and urination could be blamed on high blood sugar, except my blood … Continue reading
Posted in Uncategorized Tagged Christmas, Emily, gallbladder, Gallstone, Grant, HIDA scan, holidays, Jacques, low grade fever, Lupus, nausea, Tyler 2 Comments
So, I’ve been nauseous since the beginning of September. I had a low grade fever and after a few days of being so sick I couldn’t stand up I went to the doctor. She diagnosed me with a stomach virus … Continue reading
Posted in Uncategorized Tagged chronic illness, chronically illl mom, Emily, gallbladder, gallstones, nausea 2 Comments
Happy to See 2011 Go, Especially This Week!
Poor Tyler. He has been home all week for Winter break and what a week it’s been for me healthwise. He has been great through it all I have to say. As I have told you, I have been going … Continue reading
Posted in Uncategorized Tagged anxiety, Christmas, chronic illness, chronically ill moms, Depression, Emily, Grant, holidays, insomnia, Mental Illness, nausea, New Year's Eve, therapist, Tyler 8 Comments
At the Endocrinologist’s: Confusion Reigns
Before you read this post you may want to read The Walking Dead in which I describe my first trip to the endocrinologist. I am so confused I find this a very difficult post to write! Earlier this week I … Continue reading
Posted in Uncategorized Tagged blood sugar, cortisol, cortisol level, diabetes, diabetic diet, diet, dietician, endocrinologist, excessive fatigue, excessive tiredness, Gestational Diabetes, Halloween, holidays, lab tests, nausea, sweating, the holidays, thyroid, thyroid nodule, weight gain, weight loss 13 Comments