Will have the MRI done today. Cat scan did not see a stroke. If there is no stroke in the MRI, I don't know what to do next. The only other thing can be white matter, lesions caused by Lupus. Cancer in my brain? At some point in time, things started to be missed words. and it got worse somehow. I was posting about brain fog. or lupus fog, or fibro fog or whatever. Then my grandson knocked on the door, and somehow I lost my words during the time he knocked on my door and following him to the computer. but the words lost was worse as the day progressed. It seems to be better now though. like a stroke. I do not know what to do Okie. If the MRI does not show a stroke, what else can I do? what else can it be?
My kitchen has mounds and mounds of dirty dishes. It is just a superficial thing, these dirty dishes. wash dishes is enough. but probably I will not know until Monday. may wash my dishes now. I cook my grandson food, and dirty the dishes. this is the most important thing. feed my grandson, and stack the dishes til high the ceiliing dishes can be washed at any time. need to clean my house though. mounds of dirty closthes also. just not matter.
Ginny is matter. Barb is matter. these stupid dishes and dirty clothes do not matter. this is what matters. So many of you so very sick. and still they find words for me. still praying for me, even so they are so sick. Really worried about Ginny. no one is better than another. just Ginny is like my own sister, or cousin or so much thing. can't do it right. can't say it right.
a few hours and the MRI will tell me the right thing. or the wrong thing, whichever it is.
Hester you are so sweet. praying for you as well. I hope you are feeling better. Don't worry you words were just right!
Lupus diagnosed 1996, Heart by-pass 1998, breast cancer 2000, stroke2002, vascular surgery 2005, heart attack in 2007, and had a stint put in, Sjogren's Syndrome 2008
aspirin, multivitamin, Arthrotec , Meclazine , plaquinil, Metoclopomide, Doxepin , Metoprolol, synthroid, Amlodipine, Crestor, Lasinopril, Plavix, phenagrin, Restasis