Hi, Nan--Oh, blessed sleep--oh, blessed quiet!
I'm thinking of you and wishing you well at the neuro appointment--this may well be the day! How might I get that list to you through email or some other communication a bit more private--have any idea? I'll ask around too. Cheers! Jane
I wish you the best of luck tomorrow!!
best wishes for a productive visit tomorrow with your doctor - I hope you get answers.
We haven't met, but you and the others have taught me so much.
I have not been diagnosed. I will get the results of the MRI tomorrow, at my doctor appointment. I will eventually make an introductory post, I just don't have the energy now
Hi, I'm not sure if we have talked before.
First, I want to say that I totally understand about becoming nocturnal. My head is always a buzzing, roaring, distracting mess mostly of tinnitus, but also of distraction and trying to keep my thoughts straight. I get really irritable, too.
Sometimes I wake up in the night and my head feels - normal - sort of like I imagine it did when I was younger. I feel peaceful and great - and then it all begins to get crowded out by the noise and disorientation again. But, I do know how the prolonged peace and quiet can make you feel better.
I, too, hope the 3T images tell everyone what what you need them to know. I can't remember if you are diagnosed or not.
While it wasn't a 7, that 3T is good news. Yea, I'd like to learn how to read those images too - it's amazing to see those pics of your brain huh? Just wish it were easier to know what the heck we were looking at.
They should have reports prepared before long.
HOpe you find out something real soon!
The MRI went well although it turned out to be the 3T machine. I got a copy of the images as I left. Sure wish I knew how to read an MRI :)
I've not met you yet, and wanted to say hello and wish you safety on your trip, and I hope the MRIs reveal what is going on.
I do not think you will know much today, but you never know.
I am w/you w/the less stimuli helping to keep the brain and body calm - amazing.
See you when you get back,