I've had two ultrasounds and a CT scan in the past two weeks.* The ultrasound tech is a lovely lady who warms the gel and doesn't press too hard. She's the one who found the cyst on my liver and fluid around my kidney. That was mildly disturbing, but the confusing part was what she… Continue reading Mystery of the Missing Gallbladder
In my first one-on-one at the local Diabetes Care Center, two days ago, I was taught, among many other things, that diabetes management isn't all about lowering the highs, but also keeping an eye out for lows, which can be more immediately dangerous. I never thought about that before. Most of my previous knowledge about… Continue reading How low can I go?
So... I started feeling run down around this past Christmas. To be honest, I started feeling terrible around the middle of October 2015, when (they think) my gallbladder spit a stone and made a hole-in-one in my pancreas, which subsequently had a literal meltdown and went necrotic. After three years of operations, All The Tubes… Continue reading So… That Happened