posted on Aug, 2 2017 @ 10:37 PM
Never thought I would post something like this on ATS (or anywhere else), but I'm stressed to the MAX...
Wife was having some issues. Went in for testing. Did a physical (all good), did blood work (minor cholesterol, but okay).
She was having some vision issues and some weird loss of feeling in her legs and arms (mostly surface stuff). Doc recommends seeing an opthamolatist
(sp?) She goes, her eyes are good.
Main Doc recommends an MRI and a neurologist eval. She goes for the MRI, and within an hour they call and say..."there's an anomaly, we might want
to do that test again...under more controlled circumstances".
Wife is pretty tough, so she gets the electronic images of the MRI. I'm freaking out. Yes, there is an 'anomally'. Right side of the
brain, right behind the right eye. (I saw all the slices...all 25 gigs of it). Now I'm scared. I am.
I have two colleagues and best friends who are neurosurgeons. This area of the brain is Biblically impossible to operate on.
This is my "little Bear"...she's the World to me!
Maybe it's nothing, and I hope this is the case, but I don't know right now.
So now, FCD air's his soul.
I couldn't go on without my "little Bear"...just couldn't.
Perhaps a nice word or two, to whatever entity you believe in, would be appreciated!
Little Bear will appreciate it (even if she'd never admit it).