Since then the 'attacks' hadn't been that bad or that long. Still, I would have them at least twice a day.
Last weekend I took a blood test together with hubby. The medical centre called back to say there was something abnormal in the blood work and recommended an appointment with their specialist. That set me off on a morbid train of thought. And I knew that, more than anything, I want to be around for my girls. I want to care for them while they're young, to be there to support them when they're older. Their world will definitely be better with me in it! (I don't plan to be taking care of my grandchildren... but who knows? Heh)
Collected the test results yesterday. The GP said everything looks fine. I didn't bother to enquire why they suggested a specialist - this is the most inefficient medical centre I've ever seen (they actually misplaced hubby's report and took ages to FIND it!) and I don't know whether they even know who called me! For now, I'm going to give it some time. Maybe the vertigo is due to some ear/balance problem. Hopefully things will improve. If not, I can deal with it if the attacks come at specific times. And I can definitely accept it if it means I don't have something life-threatening!
Hubby has been solicitous, which is unusual for him. It's rather nice, actually. Wonder how long it will last!
I want to see more, A LOT more, of these two:
JE: I'm being silly!
SE: Haha... see-yee me (silly me)