Now someone mentioned naming our threads late at night "night shift" threads. So thought I'd save some time and start early tonight cause its already looking like a bad night for Scarred tonight. I took my Topamax and my Lunesta two hours ago and gee not a sleepy eye in the joint tonight. I have a feeling it might have something to do with the fact that I took them with a half of a glass of Orange Juice and maybe that isn't the right thing to take them with? Who know....maybe they will just take a little longer to kick in tonight. I know the Lunesta is on board cause I have that yucky taste in my mouth but, the Topamax usually puts me out like a light and I'm not there yet. I decided to edit this post along with a few others due to the fact that this forum really isn't the place for me to vent about
my family nor is it the place to talk about
the problems that I am having with the current issue concerning my dad's estate.
So if anyone who knows about
his topic wants to talk about
this with me please email me and I will vent to you my frustration. Otherwise I am going to leave it off of the forum in consideration of others that might not wish to hear about
my problems. Ok so on with my topic. The night shift topic that I started here was specifically for those that are up quite early in the AM (me for one as it is 3:42 here) and can't seem to get back to sleep. Usually we are awake because we are in pain and tonight that seems to be the case with me ugggggg. My feet are doing the pins and needles again and my legs feel as though someone has taken a wrench and twisted every nerve to the point where it is unbearable. I cannot understand why in the past 6 months this is a recurrence that just does not allow me to get more then 3-4 hours of sleep a night no matter what I do or try. I've completely cut out all caffine and everything else that would cause me not to sleep at night. Anyway guess I will just deal with it huh? Time for some tv
HEALTH ISSUES: Herniated discs at S-1-L5, L5-L4, L4-L3. Two level fusion (2000); one level fusion (2002); Revision at L4-L3 (2003). Slight herniation at L2-3 but Neurosurgeons will not operate because of previous failed surgeries. Diagnosed with Failed Back Syndrome, Permanent Nerve damage and Chronic Pain
Kadian, Lexipro, Percocet, Lunista, Topamax and Robaxin.
Post Edited (Scarred_for_life) : 2/3/2009 3:07:32 AM (GMT-7)