I am really confused, Following my visit to the Nueropsycologist,i have just received a copy of a letter she has sent to my gp. In and amongst many other things, she has said that "i do not know how ro be unwell" ???? with things that have gone on in past years, i have supposedly programmed myself to "get on with things; look after others and never mind me"
Apparantly i need to "re-learn how to be kinder to myself.
I have tried ringing my gp, who is now on holiday for 2 weeks. I am to see the Nueropsycologist again 9th Sept.
I feel so stupid, what the h*** is going on, i thought i was coping pretty well (at times) but now it looks like i am losing the plot.
Don't know how else to read it.
Has anyone ever had anything similar, or am i the only "loony" around.
hi guys its megan here again.sorry ive not posted in a while symptoms have taken a back step as ive taken another urine infection.i suffered them for years so one has just returned anyway back to ms symptoms.ok this is strange but i feel like thers this pressure behind my eyes .its quite sore its only been here 2 days but i thot it wudov went away because ive no idea what it is .as i said in another post ive not long had all theese symptoms so im trying to understand a bit more about ms before i pluk up currage to go the docs and hopefully hell listen.should i go to an optitian about the eyes or a gp?xx
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