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  1. I am actually stunned at what I just saw. Did anyone else see this. ETA: I guess my stunned and shocked reaction has quite a bit to do with my DD's epilepsy and what she is currently going through. In the light of day, (what IS that bright orb in the sky? HA-HA) I am feeling calmer.
  2. Dd and I are very tired today. We got home after 1:00 because we saw Kid Rock and........ Anyway, please DO NOT comment about that here as this post is not about that. Inside it was obviously very loud. Dd is prone to migraines and although she hasn't had many, as hormones are rushing around, she is starting to feel more headache/migraine/aura symptoms. :(. Because of the loud atmosphere and the very late night, she started to get a migraine. I REALLY should have had her drink a ton of water while waiting to get in, but I feared a bathroom trip before doors opened. Anyway, she did grt
  3. Dd had a severe cramp while peeing today. No burning, not more pain towards the end. This doesn't sound like a UTI to me. What else could it be? she's on minocyclene and azythromycin. Don't know if they treat UTI though. I've had many, many, many UTI's and they never presented like this.:confused:
  4. when I hit my head and caused my concussion two weeks ago, I also caused the "jelly" in my eye to collapse. This is causing me to see a constant blinking light, like a headlight, in the left corner of my vision field in my right eye. I notice it mostly in dimly lit rooms and at night. My question is this. Does anyone have experience with this? Does the jelly repair itself? I know this can cause my retina to detach and have been looking out for those symptoms. I've been surfing the web but can't determine if this is something that will heal. The eye dr will see me again in a month.
  5. All wrapped up together. Many of you know I have been on a quest for answers for dd12 for eight years now. She has seen 20 doctors and has had five million tests run on her over the years. We were told her issues were stress related due to the adoption. We were told she was having seizures even though her EEG's showed normal activity. We were told she had a brain abnormality. We were told something was wrong with her heart. I was shamed and humiliated for failing dd12 when dd9 was causing so many problems through the night that dd12 couldn't sleep, then, then I was blamed for many of
  6. Dd12 is my kid who has seen 19 doctors over eight years with no real diagnosis for puzzling symptoms she has which come and go. I do want her to see one last doctor, a GI specialist. I just want to make sure there are no absorption issues with her. Anyway, she saw a doctor which specializes in metaabolic disorders. He ran TONS of tests on her, taking over 10 vials of blood as well as a urine sample. She also had numerous vials of blood taken from an endocrinologist recently. The only thing we found out is that she is deficient in protein, potassium and vitamin D. The vit d doesn't co
  7. Ds tested positive for TB a few years back. He chest x-rays were fine and he was treated with isoniazid for about 9 months. Today he woke complaining of chest pain in the center of his chest when he breaths in. He has no fever, cough, or dizziness that he has mentioned, or I have seen. I have called the Dr. and am waiting to see if I can get him in, but was wondering what others thought. Any experience? Is it possible the treatment did not take, or TB is back and active? I am usually not a nervous mom, but this really has me on edge. Danielle
  8. I pay a freaking BOATLOAD for health coverage, and I am on the phone all morning, this morning, because the spine specialist that I trust, that operated on me, and saved the life of my twins, is OUT OF NETWORK, and they'll be glad to give me the # of the closest spine specialist. WHY would I want to the closest? Why? Who the hell cares how close he is, I want the best I can get. He can be close and use a wood chisel and laughing gas. I pay tens of thousands of dollars for this. What a freaking joke. And the insurance 'customer service' is a joke. I despise this system. Some
  9. So my 18 yo is officially medically withdrawn from U of Al for Spring Semester. She can't live alone (or in a dorm) right now because for an unknown reason as of now, she faints repeatedly, even sitting down, is very weak most times, and never back to normal strength, and has severe vision problems, plus breathing problems and chest pains. She is also very cold (she feels cold and her lower extremities feel very cold to everyone else). She has been making the round of doctors here since the beginning of spring break. She developed this problem on Feb 17th and was in the ER three times while
  10. Dd12 got a positive Lymes test but negative western blot. What should I make of this? The endocrinologist's office caused a TERRIBLE scare a couple of days ago. The dr was running tests to rule out some pretty serious things. I was nervous but have been on a quest for answers for eight hears now. I was irritated that I had to call to get results as I was told the dr would call me once the results were in. I called Monday and then I received a message Wednesday that I had to call the office to set up a phone consult with the dr. I was told it was urgent and I should call ASAP. I got
  11. I'm expecting thyroid levels to come back normal since they were tested recently, so the only other explanation is devastating for my dd. she LOVES babies and always speaks of being a mom, but the only other explanation could be ovary failure. So I've been told, and my limited research tells me this. I'm on research burnout. I'm in burnout mode. Not having kids would be absolutely devastating for her. She wants babies so bad, and she swears she will NEVER adopt. She has not started her period yet. We saw an endocrinologist last week. I believe it was dr. #14 now. We
  12. I just called to see if we still need to do this because dd has a cardiopulmonary function test, which also monitored her heart, two weeks ago. They were thinking she needs to stilldo it (dr unavailable both yesterday and today) but I just found out she can't eat or drink for THREE HOURS before the test. My dd can NOT do this. One of the reasons I've been searching for answers for her so long is that she eats and eats and eats every hour or so (and struggles to gain weight). I literally think she will faint. I'm in panic mode. Totally. Why th e heck no food or water when y
  13. I hide presents. I start to buy months in advance. I bought dd8 a really cute outfit for her Karito Kids Chinese Doll. I may have also bought her a matching outfit. I don't remember. I do remember I have two items hid for her somewhere in this house. I've torn the house apart. I hid these items months ago and I can't find them!!! My poor brother only got gifts from my family this year. My parents are gone :sad: and he hasn't seen my sister since last April. (they're getting along well) I put his gifts "away" two weeks ago when I painted a wall by my pie cabinets. Where IS away?
  14. you ladies are so kind. Everyone who responded to my thread helped me to be strong, gave me peace, and showed me that I *can* meet with the coaches and not have an anxiety attack. I know I was fuming when I typed my post, and I know I called names. I don't care about the name calling, the coaches ARE b*tches and the kid is a brat. I don't feel bad about saying that at all. But I think I gave the wrong impression. I wasn't going to go in angry, name calling, etc. My post was about my not having an anxiety attack (the crying and shaking I mentioned) because I have such a hard time with co
  15. do you ever worry that your kids don't have down time? Do your kids ever feel weary because they have no down time? Do you ever have time for uninterrupted, quality time with your kids, ALONE, REGULARLY? Do your kids have enough free time with siblings? Do they have enough free time for friends? Do they have enough time to do things they enjoy (at home) like crafts, playing out in the woods, what have you? Struggling....................
  16. I took dd11 to the pulmonologist today. I don't think she's the right dr for dd because I don't think her issues have anything to do with her lungs. That said, this doctor was one of the most informative doctors I've EVER seen! She is the 10th doctor that has seen my dd, the 7th specialist. She believes dd's lungs are perfectly fine, but she asked SO many questions which would be outside of her field, and then she told me about a triple certified pediatric specialist who has people travel to see him from all over the country. He is also known to have kids referred to him who have issues t
  17. It happens extremely rarely, but when it does, it's because I just can't handle my life as it currently is. I am feeling too stressed out and pressured to be everyTHING to everyONE. I probably shouldn't even type this, because that's just what being a mom is. You all know. My year old Pilot has 25,000 miles on it. I'm a SAHM. Yes, cushy life with nothing but time on my hands. :glare: We have so many drs appts coming up. If ONE doctor DARE to make my life sound like a lazy, unproductive life, you just may read about me in the headlines. Yes, I've had more than one doctor allude
  18. Or would you go to a general practitioner first? I don't *think* our insurance has restrictions about it.
  19. I entered a note on the general board but only got one response. Has anyone EVER encountered this? My oldest dd has been using MUS, and as most of you know, it focuses on one general concept for the entire year, throwing in other computations to keep them fluent in math. Math has always been pretty easy for my dd. All of a sudden, two weeks ago my daughter started to get almost everything wrong on ALL her papers, not only math. I mentioned math because of the MUS program layout and it comes easier for her. Also, she can't follow directions for the life of her. If this were an issu
  20. why or why not? Mine always have, but I find them a complete waste of time. I can see how much my kids are eating and growing. I can see their clothing sizes change. To have their hearts listened to, neck and stomach felt, bend and touch the floor, check eyes, throat and ears........ hoenstly, it's never produced anything other than showing where my kids are on the growth chart. I cancelled my youngest's annual in August and never rescheduled. I'm finding it hard to get myself to bring her in. What's the point? My boys need their annuals so they can go to school (oldest will be i
  21. you had a son who had pneumnonia THREE times in NINE months LAST YEAR? Or what if you have a husband that gets asthma every winter after a cold, and is forced to be on inhalers? I'm so torn and can't decide if it's more dangerous to vaccinate or more dangerous NOT to vaccinate. I stocked up on Vit. D, probiotics, liquid silver (ds says we're so rich we're going to drink silver!) multis, vit C, etc. I need to be more forceful about cod liver oil and Vit E.
  22. should I go through the pediatrician or the school? SOmething is DEFINITELY going on here and I'm frustrated. I need to know what the issue is so I can deal with it. We do Rod and Staff Grammar and I have no intention of switching that. It's a wonderful curriculum which served my two sons very well. I want her to have the same, but she can't even write the complete sentences down right now. And she NEVER finishes a complete lesson. If there are 10 problems in part A and 10 in part B, she'll likely do 7 in part A, and even some of those will be incomplete, and who knows what, if any,
  23. My youngest daughter is adopted. She has caused major stress in our home since she came to us at ONLY 14 months of age! After 2 years of pounding my head against a wall, KNOWING something was off, I did research and found that she has an attachment disorder. She is now almost 5.5 and does everything she can to try to upset me. I put her in preschool but she regressed so much I took her out after 6 weeks. I will not put her back in school because she has so many issues and I think we'd have more problems with her in school than if she were home. In the meantime, we're working wit
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