Trey has been down and out, for about 3 months now. He will continue to be so for a quiet a while.
For the last few months Trey has been
stuck in a bed or in a recliner. He's played a lot of games, read books,
and watched a lot of TV. He has started to walk with a cane and that
has helped a lot. Which mean he isn't falling anymore and walking around
the house isn't as tiring. He's still having to take it easy and limit
his time out of the house or with certain activities. Right now the big
energy suck is energy to go back to school this semester with two
graduate classes. It's only been a week but so far so good. Since Trey
hasn't been to work in a couple months I'm glad for him to have
something to help test his limits without pushing too hard, since the
classes are only a couple hours once a week.
As far as
treatment goes week he starts a specialized physical therapy program for
dizziness. Then in February he sees a neurologist. Hopefully by the
time we see the neurologist we will have enough information from the
therapist and from tracking daily activities that the doctor can help
pin point issues. Or move directly in the testing and treatment phase
instead of "try this" and "track this" phase.
Gosh I'm tired....
fatigue, vertigo and dizziness. Yes vertigo and dizziness are two
different symptoms, crazy the things you learn when you are at the