Okay. Never saw this one coming. Yet, it makes perfect sense. I am certain I developed carpal tunnel syndrome in my left wrist. I checked my symptoms online, and sure enough, I am the new poster child.
Worse yet, one of the symptoms is loss of sleep! Seriously?
I have no doubt how I developed it. I spend hours twisting Ryan’s toes, fingers, and limbs. On top of this, crushing pills all day only compounds it. At first I found it curious that it developed in my non-dominant hand. After some thought I realized this stands to reason, as my left is weaker.
To me, this is just another outcome left in the debris field of November 7, 2009. Sure, I blame Vantrease and May for my carpal tunnel syndrome. Just as I blame them for my stress, lack of sleep, loss of intimacy, cabin fever, high blood pressure, anxiety, depression, and ingrown toenail. Okay, Okay, maybe not the ingrown toenail. I blame that one on my parents and their genes. I’m sure Ryan does the same to me. 🙂
Enough about me.
Sue and I will be on a video conference call with IBRF this afternoon. The purpose is to begin educating us on administering their protocol. Much (but not all) will hinge on the outcome of Ryan’s blood work, but we want to be ready to move forward. At least for now we are assuming there will be no issues found. In fact, we began giving Ryan a new supplement already. He received his first dose last night and had another this morning.
I intend to put out another post later today, after our video conference. Please check back.