Well, my right leg has been hurting all day. Sometimes it feels a little sore, and other times it feels like my thigh bone is just gonna snap in half. In the past few hours, the pain has also spread to my left leg, especially the knee, though it’s not as bad.
I’ve been thinking that I need to move around more so that I’m not just sitting around all day, but now I can’t really move around if I can’t flippin’ walk. *sigh* So yeah that’s been my day. I can’t really stay on my feet very long without being in pain. That’s pretty shitty.
Well holy shit it’s almost been a month.
Things have been sailing smoothly until recently. There was a weird pressure on my throat that I thought might’ve been a swollen gland. So I had it checked out. Nurses in the the health building have no idea what it might be, though they guessed it could possibly be a muscle spasm. In my neck. Like, right by where my throat is. If it is a spasm, how the hell did I manage to do that?
Either way, in the time since then, I’ve felt a little better. The pressure has lightened up on my throat, so maybe it was a muscle spasm. (but again….how in the hell?!) I’m still going to put a warm cloth on it and everything to see if it helps more. Soooo, I guess this isn’t technically a lupus-related post. Hm. Well, it could’ve been haha.
I got a wild headache out of nowhere. Not completely sure where it came from. Also mild joint pain again do to it being way too cold in every building I frequent during the day. :(
Kinda hard to not feel exhausted with all the work I have to do. And there’s still another month left of this shit. My creys.
Also, I’m going to go ahead and change doctors like I was supposed to after I turned 18 anyway. :( But my pediatric doctors decided to keep me until I graduated college. However, my doctors are moving to Charleston, so they’re transferring over to an adult doctor now. *le sigh* Not happy about it, because I liked my doctors but it can’t be helped.
Sitting in the middle of class…
And we’re not doing much right now, so I’ll post what I can think of that might be important.
- I’ve been on a odd sleep schedule lately, which is my own fault. But, even before then I’ve gotten tired easily. Not really sure if this has to do with my lupus or my shit sleeping pattern. :( Even when I get 8 hours of sleep or more, I’m still tired.
- Joint pain/stiffness if I sit too long. Also happens if I get too cold, which happens a lot because the A/C is usually set on “Too Damn Cold” in the art building.
- Also I get headaches somewhat frequently. Not sure if this is from stress or caffeine withdrawl. Haha.
Also, note to self: go pick up your refills later.