Now Playing: Day 676-The Final Road To Survival
This is exactly what it feels like drinking the Hell-In-A-Jug on a weekly basis! Hahahaha! OK. So its not too funny during treatment but this photo just was too HONEST not to post! I think all my clean-out buddies can agree by saying, "Just put a straw in it!" Maybe a different flavor too! Like malted chocolate instead of toxic ocean salt water flavor.
Today felt like Monday all over again. It started on the wrong foot but at least ended much, much better and I was able to get more than a few things accomplished off my huge week "To Do List." Just when I thought I had all the court papers completed POOF! there are two more sets to complete. Seems there is a reason why lawyers exist and it isn't always to represent you but just to do the arm length of papers that need to be filed out by our court system. After that snafu experience I headed to pick up my Drano prescription refill only to be told the insurance company once again refuses to cover it. Seems they don't understand over and over and over and over again why I am drinking colonoscopy/surgical bowel prep on a weekly basis since most people who lose intestinal motility have most of their intestines removed then get a colostomy bag. I tend to firmly believe they have never met a gal like me. Hahahaha! So once again I had to go through the same ole song and Drano dance: Call my Gastroenterologist, have him fax a medical necessity letter to the insurance company then contact the pharmacy.
It just never ends sometimes does it?...
At least once we got back home things turned to a more positive note. THANK GOODNESS! I got some wonderful news online from a private owned corporation and more great news coming from us both in June. I am also hoping to meet some fellow GP friends next month if the ole Gastroparesis permits but for now I have to take things one day at a time. The fur kids were on their best behavior and got two walks this evening. They were both very happy to get some time to play outside. The house chores are caught up and so is the wash. WOOHOO! I am on a roll and here's hoping that my dentist appointment tomorrow leaves me with teeth still left in my mouth. Hahahaha! YIKES!