since my little "episode." That's what we call it me and dh, "the episode." I am finally wrapping my head around it and feel happier with it all. Wish it wouldn't have happened mind you but no where near as frightened as I was.
I am doing more and more each day, but dh says I still look very tired. He says I am trying to push myself too much; but if I don't try I won't know what I can or cannot do?
The one thing I do not like about all of this is that too look at me I look perfectly fine, but inside of me I'm not. I also feel a bit helpless as basically no one wants to know in the medical field it feels like. I do have an appointment with the cardiologist in November, but it's only a consult, so nothing will be done.
No one has mentioned me going to see a lung specialist to make sure my lungs are functioning properly. One thing that does happen to me, is when I push myself too hard, I start yawning like a crazy person, which I have been told is too compensate for a lack of oxygen?
Looking back over the summer, I have come to realize I had not been feeling well for quite some time; but it was all minor things, that unless you link them all together they meant nothing.
I have finally adapted to taking the medication and my "tropical moments/hot flashes," seem to have gone away. I am not as red in the face anymore, and my legs don't ache as much; although no blood clots were found in my legs.
I have many things to be grateful for, but I would like to know why this happened.
Have you had something happen to you medically, that no one knows why it happened?