||[Mar. 28th, 2005|04:02 pm]
- < teh,/fangirl___;; .x.
This has been my past 3 weeks.|
Well, Ive been sick for a really really long time. They don't know whats wrong with me. They thought it was my appendix cause I was in a severe amount of pain and I was vomiting and stuff so they gave me emergency surgery. But it turns out they took it out for nothing. well...they don't THINK it was. 'Cause it wasn't appendicitis, but it had a whole bunch of stuff ON it, not in it. But it could have been. So yeah I was recovering and then I got really sick and they did cat scans and blood tests and all that stuff. yeah. So I want to know whats wrong with me. But the doctors don't know. I couldn't eat for 10 days. I lost around 13 pounds. This would be fine for someone of a bigger figure, but I'm almost 6 feet tall and I weigh 107 pounds. Not by choice, believe me. I just have to wait till im totally healed from my surgery then ill know if it really was my appendix. God I hope it is. Cause I started feeling weird whenever I eat around june last year. Whenever I ate I would feel incredibly nausiated and dizzy. That statred to pass and then WHAM here it is again. Blah! well at least I can walk now. I spent all my march break in the hospital too. Andrew was amazing. He visited me tons in the hospital. Helped me walk and stuff when I was all ugly and dopey and smelly he was telling me I was beautiful. It was nice. I don't know. It's really frustrating when it hurts to eat. Its been like this for so long I just want answers. The doctor came up to me and said they didn't know and I just started crying. But the whole thing made me realize what amazing people I have in my life. My parents, my boyfriend, and my awesome friends. They all came on the bus to come see me. They bought me a balloon and a card. Told me jokes to make me feel better. I almost cried then. Laura, my friend who lived by the hospital visited me everyday. If anything good can come of this is that I know now that I am the most lucky person ever to have these people in my life.