juggling

I know what I know – I grow polyps.  And adhesions.  Several polyps and (I think) three areas of adhesion were removed or snipped or whatever.  I had a hysteroscopy in April, mind you.  I asked this time what happens after we’re done.  I got some answers, but they don’t all make sense to me at this point.

BabyHope has been sick. Like 104 fevers and hives because of penicillin and not-quite asthma/pneumonia.  Instead of asthma, they’re calling it “reactive airway disease” and instead of pneumonia, they’re saying “excess interstitial fluid”.  There were “flurries but not snowstorms” on the chest x-ray.  I’m learning a new language.  I think she’s on the mend, though her cough is still horrible sounding.

I started estrogen today.

The weather is gorgeous.

I’d like to stop juggling and just rest for a moment with the balls on the floor.

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~ by Larisa on September 28, 2010.

3 Responses to “juggling”

  1. The juggling act is very tiring.
    Having to learn medical jargon about BabyHope, that’s rather awful.
    I hope she gets better soon, and that not-asthma turns out to be not asthma for real.

    As far as the cycle is concerned, I’m thinking of you.

  2. Juggling for years–YEARS–sucks.
    The waether IS divine–I am loving it!!

  3. I didn’t realize you tried again….I am so sorry. Putting one foot in front of the other can be difficult, so good for you for trying.

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