went to kings college on urm what day was it, yesterday. they want more tests done. stomach, bowel, brain scan,eye doc, and something else which I'm sure i will remember. the doc had the results of the tilt table test, he told me they were abnormal, yippee!
i came out smiling. an odd thing to do when someone has just told you, you are ill. but i feel im getting somewhere.
and a plus, i phoned up my doc that i saw in hospital in may, and hes going to see me on the nhs, which will save money, it just means i will see him in three to four weeks, which isn't such a wait.
the doc at kings, also said that theres a primary cause to the p.o.t.s. so if they can treat the cause then the p.o.t.s should cease, or at least ease off. thank goodness. they are concentrating on the brain stem at the moment, not sure why.
had some bloods taken. when i entered the blood room, and saw around thirty people sitting down, i thought oh no, i cant sit up for long, i must tell the reception, i was wheeled in my chair and the lady just waved me through. mmmm, theres something to being in a wheelchair, i by- passed the queue and was seen straight away. if i wasn't so ill i would laugh.
i do feel that im getting somewhere at last.