Tuesday, January 31, 2012

Frustration

Lately I am just so frustrated.

Frustrated that we haven't gotten our money back from the place that screwed up the truck.
The guy told Honeyman twice that it would be done.
Obviously not.

We are going to give him another personalized visit and be a little less nice and hopefully get somewhere.
How ugly things end up is all up to that guy.

Frustrated that I had to call the dr. to get the results of Kiddo's ultrasound.
Nothing showed up.
Which is good.
But, at the same time the dr. does not want to pursue.

Said one thing and turned around and changed her mind and wants to wait and see.

Never gave her an exam or asked many questions before the ultrasound.
Still not much of anything after the ultrasound.

I am more frustrated after each communication.
They ran a blood panel and they actually called today.
I mentioned how bad she felt today, I had to get her from school.

The nurse wanted to know if I wanted the dr. to call me back.

I know.
I know.
Time to switch doctors.

We are probably just going to end up taking her to the ER and be done with it.

I am frustrated and confused after doing symptom checker on these medical websites.
Cause, it could be anything.

I just really feel like tearing my hair out.

12 comments:

  1. My daughter was sick for months and the doctors did a lot of tests and found nothing. I finally took her to a naturopath and he said she had hypoglycemia. I told him she had been tested for that. He told me that doctors set the bar too high. She was borderline, but it still made her very sick. She was weak, felt like fainting, nausea, dizziness etc. Anyway, when we changed her diet she got well. She still has to make sure she gets her protein and not a lot of sugar. I don't know your daughter's symptoms, but I would bet a naturopath can find out what is wrong.

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    1. A naturopath would be great. I am all for it. Unfortunately there are not any that I know off in my area and our insurance wouldn't cover alternative medicine anyway. I am glad your daughter is better.

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  2. Hi I found your blog on the A to Z challenge list.

    Good luck with the challenge
    Please don't tear your hair out it may take time to re-grow....lo
    Yvonne.

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    1. Thanks for stopping by.
      I have always wondering what I would look like bald.

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  3. Hugs. Big hugs.

    I'm sorry you're going through a rough time. Not pursuing it if she isn't well isn't the right answer. Definitely new doctor time.

    Be thinking of you x

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    1. Thanks.
      You are definitely right. Time for another doctor.

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  4. Oh Ruth, I feel your pain. I cannot count the number of doctors, tests, and blood tests they have done on my daughter. She is always that one-in-a-million case that nobody can get a handle on. We got very lucky in finding a pediatric practice that has remarkable one-in-a-million doctors. Hang in there. I didn't have to pull my hair out- it just fell out from the stress!HA!

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    1. I am just hoping for something simple or at least manageable. From the age of three she has gone through surgeries and tests of all kinds for all different things.
      Kids are supposed to be healthy!

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  5. just make sure everybody know about the place and get it shut down. Put signs on the road that say dont go here it sucks

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    1. People will hear about it, believe me.

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  6. It's awful when somethings is wrong with your baby. I hope you find out soon. And that shes ok.
    Amber

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