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BIG WALLS

I initially started this blog to push myself to get through my road trip and force myself to cook, but it seems like it has taken a turn for the worst.  548 more words

MISC

The 31st & 1st; I would feel like an independent person, not a patient in a chair.

The 31st of May.

The three lorazepam worked, eventually. I’d like to do it again tonight but I’m not sure it would be wise. I still have no voiceKathryn Retains Some Independence at all, which is displeasing. 418 more words

Sleep

The 29th & 30th; Despite how shitty my normal breathing is, it's better than this.

The 29th of May.

Last night I tried lorazepam and even that didn’t work. I don’t know what time I did fall asleep, but it was on and off until twenty to eleven. 306 more words

Journal

Bluesman B.B. King 'in home hospice care,' his website says

(CNN)Blues legend B.B. King is battling health problems, with a message on his website saying the 89-year-old musician is in “home hospice care.”

King was admitted to a Las Vegas hospital Thursday afternoon, CNN affiliate KLAS reported, because his daughter, Patty King, said he wasn’t eating and was dehydrated. 218 more words

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A Refresher: Treating Status Epilepticus in the ICU

I was working in the intensive care unit (ICU) the other night when I was called to the emergency department to see a patient who was reported to be in status epilepticus (SE). 354 more words

Epilepsy

Limbo isn't necessarily bad

I have realized over the last few weeks as I experience more good moments, hours and days, that I think my benzo journey is finally over.  407 more words

Benzo

I Love My New Doctor!

This week I had to establish primary care with a new doctor. My doctor moved last year and I’ve been trying to replace her since. I had a false start with one doctor who messed up my insurance paperwork by reporting that I was obese as a diagnosis (I fully admit I’m overweight, but I blame most of it on my birth control) when I’d only gone in to establish primary care. 465 more words

A Mind On Fire