Tuesday, March 1, 2011

A Interesting Day!

Hi Everyone,
In each post now I decided that before I talk about my health issues, I will talk about my inspirations and hero's.

My first hero today is Aron Ralston. Aron is a young man who went mountain rock climbing one day and his are got stuck in a rock for several hours. He ended up losing his arm. Aron has a lot of strength and courage. He is a true hero! He has book out called A rock and a hard place that came out a few years ago telling his story. Now he made a movie of his story and it just came out today. It is called 127 hours.

My second hero today is a guy I met today. His name is Joe and he is in his seventies which is a lot older than me. Joe, is in a Seniors hospital. He is so amazing and he inspires me. Joe, like me has a lot of health problems, and he is so full of life, and smiles! I decided that after meeting him, I am going to visit him each week and even more times. I am also going to make him some cookies, with my life skills worker. Joe is a true hero!

Now for health issues:

I am in alot of pain in my tummy still and my head is in majour pain. Today my mom and I went to see the bladder doctor that did my operation. He actully made us both frusterated. He told my mom that I have had re ocurrant bladder infections but I have never had any. Then he said I didn't have Intersistial Cysitis, but dr. Trisman said I had it. He said that it goes by symptoms, so he named the symptoms and I told him I had all the symptons, so I must have it. So he perscribed me with some meds for it. he also wants me to have a bladder sample done, and a ultersound for the kidneys. he has no idea about the bleeding though, So we have to wait to see wheat the other two specialists have to say.
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JackSamMum said...

Great to read about your heros. I understand how frustrating it is dealing with doctors. They often make mistakes so remember to press them for every little thing and repeat yourself frequently...I'm sure you are already skilled in all of this. No one knows your body as well as you.
katy x

Lucy said...

Happy to read of your heroic spirit. You do not post often. You could describe a day in your life.


You are so sweet. Thanks for checking on JD. He is a fighter and so are you! Thanks for your inspiration. Keep on smiling! :)

Denise said...

You are very brave! Thank you for your sweet comment on Elijah's blog.

Genevieve Kilman said...

Hello Jenna,
Thank you for your comments on Zoe's blog. I can see that you too are a strong person who has had to deal with a lot. I hope my daughter Zoe can look up to you as a great role model as she grows.

Take care,

Shay said...

HI Jenna, Thanks for stopping by and reding about my little ones. Sorry it has taken so long to get back to you. Life is a bit busy here these days. Keep on fighting girl :)

Jill said...

Hi Jenna,
I enjoyed getting to know you through your blog. I'm really sorry your tummy hurts. Your never-give-up attitude is so inspiring to me. Thank you for sharing your life with us! It will be an honor to keep in touch.

wiseman family said...

My name is Melissa, I have a little boy Carter who will be 9 soon. I was going through my blog and I seen your comment from when he turned 8, You are so SWEET! I'm so sorry I didn't see that before! I have been reading through your blog you are a fighter, an inspiration and a true life miracle of Gods love. Keep your head up, prayers for strength and healing

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Jane Gregory said...

Hi Jenna, thanks for commenting on my blog http://jgregorysharingsstories.blogspot.co.uk/ about my daughter, who has a rare chromosome disorder. Sorry to hear about the nasty side-effects from your meds & the battles you face just to get through each day. You're amazing to stay so positive :-)