Sunday, February 11, 2007

You know what's really annoying? When you have this problem, --it's not a major problem, but it's certainly by no means un-painful (can I say that)-- and you go to the doctor and they say: "That's normal. It usually lasts a couple weeks and just heals on it's own. You should be fine." And they tell you to do this and that and take these pills. And you do.

And two-and-a-half years later, you still have the problem.

And it's no less painful.

And it happens several times a week.

That, my friends, is annoying.

I'll go so far as to say it sucks!

I can't find any evidence online of this condition being as bad as mine. WebMD says that occasionally, it takes more than 6 weeks to heal. They call this chronic.

I went to my doctor at two months and he said it'd be fine.

In addition, there's this other problem, which I'm not sure if it's related or not. Considereing the proximity, I'd say so. But this one can be particularly painful. Like curled up in a fetal position unable to move painful. But that's only happened twice. Usually, I can tell it's coming and prevent it. But if I have no way to prevent it, and it happens, it sucks really really hard.

But even the 'telling if it's coming' is not particularly comfortable. Sometimes, it will make me limp. (Lame.)

No comments: