I just forgot my effing address. For a full minute I couldn't remember the name of my street.
But wHy cAN't yOU wOrk a rEgulAr jOb?
They like you to know basic things like where tf you live. This is terrifying btw. TERRIFYING. #brainfog
The reason I'm even so tweaky about this is that I'm writing down all my information for a benefits interview today. I had another brain fart of not being able to remember my primary care physician in Maryland.
Best doctor I ever had. Always recommending her. Total blank.
I didn't actually recall on my own either. It just eventually dawned on me that her name is my phone contacts.
a whole nother joint and several hours later, i can move and managed a shower! now to eat breakfast and then probably rest again. I've got schoolwork to do, laundry and dishes piling up... i will do what i can do today #spoonie#chronicillness
I stayed up & did all my work so I can get some much needed rest today & dammit all I want is to find a comfortable position that doesn't make my legs hurt or for the medicine to work or for the muscle relaxer to knock me TF out or for the Biofreeze to work! #fml#chronicpain
One of those days that I'm glad I documented my frustrations with falling asleep.
Because now I can project the minimum amount of time I need to stay asleep while the house is quiet.
It's kind of weird to me to read this article, with interviews with physicians who seem to have not thought rationally about prescribing a drug that is pure opiate.
Think about it - a single oxy is as powerful as FOURTEEN Percocet.
That much Percocet can kill you.
Oxycodone - and other opiate painkillers - when compounded with other drugs (particularly non-opiate painkillers, like acetaminophen and ibuprofen), can easily kill you if you take enough to get the high you get from a single Oxy.
In fact, cargo is treated better than I have been. In my last 3 flights, at least once at every stop, I have been overlooked by wheelchair assistance. At least once at every stop I have had to request a wheelchair attendant more than once.
At least once at every stop I have had to combine the luck of having a delta employee in shouting distance with that employee not being busy with other things in order to be able to move about the gate, whether to get food, drink water, or use the restroom. It is dehumanizing.
At least with my bags, I can find out where my bag is, looking in the app. With your accessibility services, I have gotten used to the cadence of how employees call for a wheelchair attendant, because it has to happen multiple times.
-Oregon's Health Evidence Review Commission and Value-based Benefits Subcommittee (HERC and VbBS) are proposing changes to Medicaid
-The changes intend to discontinue long term opioids for chronic pain patients