I got so dehydrated they had to take me to the hospital. When I got there I received about 20 bags of IV solution.
The next day I was starting to feel better but, nope, I wasn’t getting out. They did an MRI to see if they could find anything and, sure enough, they found a bleed. They weren’t sure where the blood was coming from so I had another MRI without dye in it. They still couldn’t figure out what it was, so the plan was to run another test.
At press time for this paper, they have me in palliative care. I’m feeling OK. Send me all the good vibes you can. They think I have a brain tumour, so say some prayers too. Remember, I have a big brain, so there is lots of room up there. I’ll fill you in next week. I should be out of the hospital by then.
Take care and have a good week folks.
Kathy Golemiec is undergoing cancer treatments and writes about her experiences each week.