We are almost halfway through our summer here in Manitoba and the nights are getting noticeably longer. My wish to spend this summer at the lake is turning out to be just a pipe dream.
My cataract surgery took place on May 16th, 2017. It was quick and pain free. It is such a pleasure to read again without experiencing an overwhelming fatigue.
We flew to Boston on June 23rd to visit son and daughter in law in their new home. They moved from Seattle to Boston in March. The west coast is really quite different then the east coast.
My family doctor is leaving her practice and moving to another city as of July 31st. Thankfully she has made arrangements for me to become a patient of another doctor. The doctor shortage in Manitoba is becoming rather ridiculous. Surely we could allow more students into medical school to prevent such a shortage. However the almighty dollar is always the bottom line.
My feet and lower legs are terribly discoloured and I finally had some tests done to try to figure out the cause. Thankfully there is not a problem with circulation or blood clots. However I would really like to know the cause. It looks awful.
I finally got rid of the overwhelming fatigue I experienced before my cataract surgery only to have it return when I started taking medication for Rosacea. Rosacea (row-zay-sha) is a common, chronic, inflammatory skin condition causing redness on the face and for some, small red bumps and pimples. The causes of rosacea are unknown but it is thought that a faulty immune system could be involved.
My problem these days seems to be writer’s block. Will write more soon.