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She was a witch when we did see her i was very happy with the third doctor and now I have to deal with a 4th doctor.
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I know that everyone needs to start somewhere and my rhemy always has students taking your blood pressure etc but when they can not say your first name correctly and YOU have to tell them how to take your blood pressure something is wrong
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I am about to loose my temper. Our appointment was at 10:30 am they called to say the doctor would be out of town for the month ok so in 4 appointments we have seen 4 different doctors. We arrived on time on time others were late the late people got taken in before us. I was nice and i said something well then the. Next and the next and the next people were taken in all late. I am beyond p i s s e d. I have a massive headache and I had to call Mikey's work and tell them we are still at the doctors. So they said don't bother coming in today.

I don't get doctors

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Ugh. That IS frustrating! At all the docs I've been to, they take you in the order you show up. Patients showing up late should have to wait, not those who are on time. I hope your headache is better.
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So our weather has been real weird. One day it's 74 degrees and I have the ceiling fans on the next day it's cloudy, cold and raining. My body doesn't know how to react

Today was a real bad day for me pain wise. It took all my energy to go to my appointment with the rhemy but I did. I was there for well over 2 hours. I was so embarrassed because I had to have help getting up out of the chair and my hands hurt so bad I could not zip up my purse. I never cry and today I could not hold back the tears. Everywhere she touched me hurt. So she is upping my pred again she also doesn't want me to drive unless it's really important.

After there I went to the pharmacy which is is in a grocery store so I picked up a few things. When i checked out the guy behind me had 1 item I figured he was on lunch so I let him go first. The cashier said she would have someone help me out. I never do that but I did not I could left the bags. You could tell the kid really didn't want to be there

When I went to get my keys out (they are clipped inside my purse) I had to tug a little. I really didn't think much of it because if any key fell off it would fall in my purse. I get home and guess what my house key is gone plus the keys to my ramp for my power chair.

I looked all through my truck nothing. I took everything out of my purse nothing. I called the store and they said they will have someone look for them. They called back nothing. So I had no choice but to call my husband who yelled at me and said he would call home. I left my grocerys on my porch along with a bag of ice. I texted my husband and said I was going back to the store. He said don't he was on his way home but I went anyway

I get there and someone was parked in the spot I had been so I parked in another spot I looked in the carts I looked underneath and around the other car and then i looked at the tree next to the parking spot. It had tan bark around it and there were my keys.

I can't believe I found them. I drove home crying I took my meds and now I am going to bed.

Maybe my day might not have been so bad if I didn't have to wait 2 hours to see the doctor. Who knows.

Thanks for letting me vent.

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sorry CupCake.  totally lousy day for you.....glad you are snuggled up in bed.

i took a lovely little legal white pill around noon........went back to sleep......got up....had a bath an hour ago...and the second little legal white pill, that I took before jumpin' in the tub, is kickin' in.

the full moon, combined with our weird weather, is probably not helping much either. pressure headache=sinus pain=migraine

:(  stay home and rest please CupCake......don't go out for any reason (unless your house is on fire)

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Ugh, how miserable. Sometimes the only good thing about a day is that it's over.  Your rheum said not to drive for a reason. Listen to good ol' Uncle Bun (not that you're old, Bun) and STAY HOME. And don't start baking pies or sewing or anything. Remember when you threatened to hide my hiking boots? Don't make me hide your car. And your oven. And your sewing machine. 


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I have never cried at the doctors office like I did yesterday nor have I ever lost my keys. It's a miracle that I found them

It's 2:14 am and I am up thanks to the cats. When I opened the bedroom door the big cat jumped on the bed and jumped on ken. When ken tried to push him off he dug his claws in so I am up watching tv with the cats.

And no I don't plan on going out today. But we will see. My kids are older so the "Easter bunny" doesn't have to come and ken has to work on Sat urday and my son doesn't drive.

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Sorry.....that sounds like an awful day.

I am sure you are not the only person to cry at the doctors office. Seems like when one thing goes wrong in a day, other things decide to pile on. Hope today is a better day.

Also.....bless those little legal white pills. I have some of those.
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OK, you have seriously never lost your keys before? I am going to build a little shrine to you on my apartment balcony. I've lost my keys dozens of times. I am REALLY good at it. Hats off to you for keeping track of yours so well!


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I hope things are going better today. If I were you, I'd take the little fur balls out to the garage, along with food, water, and a litter box, then go back to bed. I love cats but do not own one because mom is not a pet person. However, when they're going to bother me out they go so I can get some rest or sometimes all they want to do is be with you and will lay down and sleep.

I have only lost my keys at home, at least I always know where the spare car keys are. Here is a laugh: today I had my car in the shop to have a part replaced so I can lock the doors with the key fob. First I was worried that they might break my special tinted window,but everything OK there. Then the parts manager comes out with the guy working on my car and asks if I brought the second key fob, because they locked the other one in the car and would have to cut a new one if I didn't. I almost didn't take it. Buy boy did they feel stupid.

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I have honestly never lost my keys which makes it even more upsetting. The house key would be easy to replace what I could not replace is the key to my powerchair lift and the key to the bolt that holds the lift in the tow package. For years ken kept saying he was going to make spares but never got around to it. The fact that I was able to find them is amazing and shocked the c r a p out of ken. But I sat in the parking lot trying to make sure I had all the keys and I could not get the darn key in the lift. But I was shaking really bad and ken said just come home and once he said that the key went in.

I cried all the way home.

I did go out today because I needed to go to the bank and pick up a ham. But my driving days may be over. I got to the honey baked ham place and could not remember what I needed and I started to panic. I am scared. I really am. And yesterday my BP was 160/110

So now on my key chain is just my truck key the house key our bedroom key and the mail box key nothing else.

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