Thursday

Some Answers About the Odd Hair Extensions

I thought I should post some answers to a few of the questions about my wordless Wednesday post.
First let me begin by saying.....You are all so WONDERFUL!!!!
I expected silly comments and emails, but you sent such lovely comments and I felt your love and prayers
 So here goes.................
No, I did not have this done for a sleep problem.
Yes, this is me ( well the top of my head)..
No, unfortunately they have not confirmed the reason for my vertigo and tremors.
Polycythemia Vera is a bone marrow disease ( Leukemia family).
Yes, they do believe I have vertigo and tremors because of Polycythemia Vera ( I recently celebrated five years of treatments).But they insist on putting me through more tests, just in case it's something new.
Yes, I look silly.
No, It didn't hurt,  well pulling my hair out when I tried to wash the goop out was a little painful, giggle. Seriously the procedure was just uncomfortable. I've been through much worse over the past few years.
The strobe lights were used to try and induce a seizure , no I did not have a seizure. But I did get a major headache.
No the machine did not read my mind, you crack me up!
Yes, I had to stay awake for 24 hours, and it was very difficult.
Yes, I LOVE your comments and ALL of my blog readers!

7 comments:

DORCAS said...

I hope they find the underlying problem! Will be praying for you! Take care of yourself!!

~blessings

Dorcas

Mumsy said...

Keeping you in prayers sweet Katherine. I hope they find out what is going on and can stop that dizziness. Hugs

melissa said...

I will keep you in my thoughts and prayers. Hope they figure out what the problem is. Take care

Winifred said...

Hopefully they'll find out what's going on soon and get it sorted. Meanwhile take care of yourself.

Terra said...

Oh my goodness, I missed your previous post about your health and now will go back and read it. You have a great attitude, which is conducive to healing.

mamas*little*treasures said...

Hi Katie - we'll be praying for you . . . . please keep us posted on your progress. I would love to have you write for our magazine, so whenever you are up to it, just let me know and we'll talk about it. You can email me at editor@rubyforwomen.com Perhaps you could do a guest blog post sometime to for the Ruby blog at www.rubyforwomen.com Hugs, Nina

Ms. Anthropy said...

Just stopping in to say hi and thank you for following! We have something in common... tremors. Since this is my first visit, I'm anxious to see what else. Thanks again!