Tuesday, September 7, 2010

I can't keep going through this

 This morning on my way to the pain clinic I got a call from Little Bit's school. She'd passed out in line going into the school. Twice. They called the ambulance and through someone's idiocy, waited for me at the school, when I had told them, very clearly, to take her to the hospital. They did eventually get her there. She eventually came back to normal. We came home. OK there's more in there but it really doesn't matter much because the end result is the same.
She as another EEG in the morning and then I will call her neuro.
This stuff is very draining. I at least would like to know the whys. Then I wouldn't have to be sitting here wondering when, and where, the next crazy thing is going to happen. I'm at peace with her cognition issues, and all the things I'm used to, but this is scary because we don't know why, and she can't help much in communicating what happened from her perspective.

Ok I'm going to get ready to join Natalia's Tuesday Night Talk, because other women, quilters, seem like a great remedy for the downs.

16 comments:

Wendy said...

My goodness, my thoughts and prayers are with you and your family! God Bless!

call me crazy said...

{{hugs}} how scary for you and Little Bit! I hope the Dr's can find some answers too.

Sandra said...

Praying that you will soon find some answers. God bless you and your family:)

Linda said...

Oh dear! How horrible for both of you. I'm praying for your little bit that the drs will find the cause and be able to help her. Hang in there Cara.

Crafty Mama said...

I can't imagine how scary that must be :(
Praying that you get your answers and your little sweetheart gets better!

Kim said...

It is so scary not knowing. Hope you'll find the answers soon.
Hugs

quiltmom said...

Cara,
I do hope that they soon find some answers as to why she is having these episodes. It is very terrifying when our children are sick-
Hang in there- sending you warm positive thoughts.
Warmest regards,
Anna

The One and Only said...

OMG!! I hope the little one is doing better. I'm sorry you are going through this. You may have your friends and family near, but you also have us bloggers :-) You'll be in my thoughts and prayers!! xoxoxxoxoxo

orchidlover said...

How awful. I pray that it's nothing serious.

My father went through this and it took them ages to diagnose that he had Meniere's syndrome which is an inner ear/balance problem.

Love and hugs Gina xxx

Paige said...

I have a friend that went through a very similar situation. She is narcoleptic.

Shelley said...

You can do this Cara...you already do it everyday! I believe in you and pray your answers will come quickly!

Sara said...

Oh I didn't see this post until this morning. Sorry to hear what you are going through with your daughter. Your family is in my prayers.

Natalia from Piece N Quilt said...

Oh my goodness, I am so sorry to hear this, I hope that you can soon find out what is going on.

P.S. thanks for joining in Talkin' Tuesdays last night! You are so much fun to chat with! :)

hetty said...

How scary! A mother's nightmare. I hope you get some answers soon.

Anonymous said...

I never got a diagnosis. Hope this is not the case for your family. Bless you.

Rhonda said...

so scary Cara. hope the drs have reassuring news for you.