So back to the topic at hand. This is a busy “just in case” week for me. Tomorrow I will drop my script off at the pharmacy for the colonoscopy prep. I was given an option to take pills instead of the drink but it was some crazy number that sounded just as obnoxious to get down as the drink would be so I opted for the liquid.
Tuesday the girls both have dentist appointments, get them in before the end of the year.
Wednesday will be “fun day with a radiologists” and the pelvic ultrasound. I had one of these after Madison was born. I had terrible unexplained pains. We never did get a great explanation for the pains. Was told that I had something they described as Gallbladder Sludge..gross. Diet changes and thankfully I have never felt pains like that again.
Thursday is “prep day”. Or maybe better thought of as “don’t wander far from the bathroom day”.
Friday of course is the colonoscopy itself, a day to look forward to if you have a very strange idea of fun.
Saturday we will be celebrating my babies sixth birthday. So between now and then I need to get the house cleaned up. It is not in terrible shape but it is not in “company” shape. I actually cleaned out a few closets donating some things to storm victims of Sandy. A few winter coats in great shape just grown out of, comforter, some clothes and hygiene products.
So many small business in my area are acting as drop off spots, makes you feel that maybe there are still good people in the world.
By the end of the week I feel I will have been sufficiently poked, prodded and probed.
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THERE ARE PILLS?!?!??!?!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
It seems so. I was shocked when she mentioned it. I do not remember the exact number but I feel like it was somewhere in the 30 range. They were not described to me but for some reason I imagined them as large and tons of water needed with them. Seemed like it would also be a hassle.
There’s no nice way to deal with the prep, but it is the worst part of the whole thing. Just look forward to cake and ice cream on Saturday. Good luck!
Thank you! I hope you are feeling good!