Fretting

13

Comments

  • lrb_03lrb_03 Member Posts: 1,164
    Good to hear, and good of your GP to call you, too
  • kmakmkmakm MelbourneMember Posts: 7,652
    @lrb_03 Really early too, much earlier than I expected. She's the best.  :)
  • SisterSister Adelaide Hills, SAMember Posts: 4,426
    Wonderful news!  So pleased for you.
  • kmakmkmakm MelbourneMember Posts: 7,652
    @Sister Thanks luv
  • kezmusckezmusc Member Posts: 1,300
    Awesome lovely.  Fantastic to hear.  xoxoxoxoxoxoxo
  • kmakmkmakm MelbourneMember Posts: 7,652
    @kezmusc Thank you my friend!  :)
  • Shellshocked2018_Shellshocked2018_ Fleurieu Peninsula , SAMember Posts: 160
    Kmakm , just saw your post.
    You poor thing, this stuff really sucks, any ache, twinge or the slightest pain our brains go into overdrive. Probably feel any discomfort more at night as our bodies are more relaxed.
    Im so happy everything has come back good, Yah!
    Take a deep breath now knowing it’s nothing to worry about.
    Take Care xoxo 
  • kitkatbkitkatb Member Posts: 441
    That's great news @kmakm  That was one less worry you needed although hope you can get on top of the aches and pains soon. xo

  • kmakmkmakm MelbourneMember Posts: 7,652
    Thank you so much @Shellshocked2018_. It is a relief. I wasn't majorly worried but it had started to niggle sufficiently to make me worry. This is our life now. It sucks but we just have to get on with it eh?
  • Shellshocked2018_Shellshocked2018_ Fleurieu Peninsula , SAMember Posts: 160
    I know about those bloody niggles...and yes this is our life now.. and we are here to enjoy it.
    Stay positive hun, sending hugs your way xoxo 
  • Blossom1961Blossom1961 Regional VictoriaMember Posts: 1,369
    How did the Osteopath appointment go?

  • kmakmkmakm MelbourneMember Posts: 7,652
    Really well thank you @Blossom1961. It was amazing what she did, I was very impressed. What she did to my feet, neck and shoulders in particular. Back next Monday. K xox
  • FlaneuseFlaneuse BrisbaneMember Posts: 869
    @kmakm Just picked up on this, Kate. It must have been so distressing for you. Hope it doesn't recur. Osteopath treatment sounds great.

    I did myself a rib injury a few months ago when I was starting to feel energetic and motivated after the effects of Letrozole were fading. I dragged six huge potplants into new positions, rearranging my back garden. Next day, excruciating rib pain. GP said I had crushed my rib cartilage. Frustrating, because I was always able to do that sort of thing with ease, before. It's continued to be sore, though not as bad as before. GP sent me for chest & lower rib x-ray a couple of weeks ago and there seems to be nothing. Maybe scar tissue as well. I hope when I have my "get rid of reconstruction" surgery in August, the surgeon will have a good look at the ribs at the same time. My ribs on the left (operated side) are harder and more "pronounced" than on the right.

    xxF
  • kmakmkmakm MelbourneMember Posts: 7,652
    @Flaneuse The body is such a peculiar, curious thing.

    Not distressed, just a little worried, and increasing, so wanted to nip it in the bud before I worked myself up into a state! Hope you're well. K xox
  • FlaneuseFlaneuse BrisbaneMember Posts: 869
    @kmakm Just marking time until the op on 8 Aug. Trying to finish my Paris memoir and organise family history files before then - just in case I get clots again and pop my clogs. Going for a French lunch with a francophile friend today and she's a good cook - so off now to buy some bubbles to go avec. xx
Sign In or Register to comment.