Wednesday, August 27, 2014

I Was in Shock

When i read RVSue yesterday,,, was like i had lost my own pet.  Just caught me completely by surprise.
Been there, done that.  I've had some just disappear, and then you look and look, for a very very long time.  And i've never found those either.  That's what happened with a favorite cat,,, and i know someone had to have stolen him.

Took my son to a pain specialist yesterday, and he did a procedure that has done wonders.  Now, why didn't that doctor in San Antonio ever do that?  He went into the bottom of the spine with the medication and disabled (?) the nerves, like the sciatica,  then put some trigger point injections on the outside to release the muscles that were keeping it locked most of the time, causing horrible pain.  Just called him, and must have woke him up, said he's come by later.  No lock ups, but i couldn't tell how he was.

Chance of rain the next few days,,,yeaaaaaaaa.

Yall tc, and



  1. Glad you son's doctor was able to help him some. Better send Billy Bob that doctor's telephone number.

  2. Sometimes I wonder if doctors are just overworked and overwhelmed. There has to be an explanation for some of the things they do but mostly those they do not do for patients.

    Glad your son is getting proper care and that his pain is being dealt with efficiently.

    I don't follow RVSue but I certainly know the pain of losing a beloved pet and do not wish it on anyone,

    1. Still 4 and more weeks before surgery,, needs help.
      Hard to lose beloved pets.

  3. I believe that is called nerve ablation and works wonders. Usually a follow-up shot is called for to permanently deaden the nerve.