I thought I could forget, if I did post or read any post from the blog. I thought just maybe the doctors who originally knew little SUDDENLY knew A LOT.
Today marks another day of right ear pain. Dosage count slowly creeping upward. The Nausea is UNHEARD of and debilitating!
Needless to say, I was scheduled for surgery May 31st but I rescheduled it.
My faith is sooooooo not where I NEED it to be. Oh how I wish they had done BOTH ears in December, instead of insisting that I probably would not have anymore symptoms.
On another note CONGRATULATIONS to everyone who has had surgery and or a BREAKTHROUGH with their physician. Keep fighting. I hear it does get better. My left ear DID feel better for atleast 3-4 months. To know the pain … IS to KNOW that’s a BLESSING.
Welp the milk is on the floor. No need I crying over it. It’s time to pray for ANOTHER MOP:joy:
Stay as pain free as possible. I do thank God for Xanax. It helps MORE than pain meds.
Hoping your confident faith improve with everyday.
Relaxation is one of the hardest thing to accomplish when you are in pain, keep trying.
When we first do not succeed…try , try again. I know it sounds corny…
Meditation helps …keep breathing.
Forgive me I’m new here. Just seeing this post.
I have to say, it’s nice to know that it’s not just me. Xanax was the ONLY thing that helped me function at all and be able to get a few hrs of much needed sleep.
They even shot me with Morphine when they took me to do the CT Scan. It did NOTHING! The second I laid down I instantly got another spasm in my throat/ear area.
I’ve since had my surgery (internal) and so thankful those pains are gone. Now I’m trying to figure out why I still can’t swallow properly, 3 weeks Post Op
Nerves can take a long while to settle down, so it could be that they’re irritated. It might be worth trying to get a referral for PT to help with that? Maybe some others who’ve had this can chip in.
Thank again Jules. I will mention at follow up on Wednesday. I can’t wait hoping he will have some answers for me.