I stayed at work for as long as I could but finally I couldn't handle the pain any longer and I had to leave. My boss drove me to the main bus depot, cutting off an hour of my travel (thank you Stephanie). I got to the hospital in about 30 minutes, they took me in immediately and I saw a doctor that fast. I than had blood taken and the waiting game began. Four and half hours later, a new doctor came in, she said my blood work looked great and that she believed that it was the pill I was taking, especially after I explained I had been having very minor symptoms before... I am off that pill for now... hopefully they give me something else.
What I wanted to say here is that we all need to listen to our body... I knew there was something off, I knew it wasn't just some random thing happening to me. I investigated it and I made sure the doctors listened to me. I didn't phoo phoo it... none of us should let something go when we ourselves know that something is off with us. We are the only ones who really know our own body's, I am grateful that when the prompting, thought... whatever you want to call it came to me. I listened, really listened and then I did something about it.
"Everything you want, also wants you" ~ Jack Canfield