Well my son Elias (7) had an "exam" with a neurologist today it was all verbal and just checking some reflexes for now........ We have appointment next week tuesday for an eeg scan to check for seizures which he passed off as no big deal.....to me its a HUGE DEAL but hes like ohhhhh a little meds will control all of that if its the case, which he feels it is but needs to comfirm with the test. I tell ya waiting one day is like waiting forever, plus now Elias has to be off any adhd meds until we find out whats going on so hes bouncing off the walls so im stressed out about the situation trying to hold it together and hes hyper as all get out.......Feels like im gonna lose it I have a needy 2 yr old mommas boy too who wont let me forget for a minute that hes around. Bless his heart im not blaming him for wanting his mom, but its just so hard to act like everythings fine in front of the kids when in fact im scared outta my mind about whats gonna happen. My husband works alot of hours as well so im the one doing all the meals baths showers and activites going to the park library going for walks, its so hard to keep all that rolling as if nothings going on its so hard to stay strong okay feel like im totally babbleing so sorry needed a good venting session once again ;)
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