Do you recall that I fell down and hit my head in early January?
Since then I've been suffering headaches, light-headedness, have trouble remembering stuff, and can't sit at a computer for more than 10 minutes, as I start to get a blinding headache.
Oh - I'm getting loud 'cricking' noises in my neck when I move it, as well.
I saw a replacement GP on the 22nd February, who asked - after I told him all my symptoms - 'What do you want me to do?'
He then prescribed tablets for my light-headedness, which the pamphlet warns people with heart problems or anyone taking beta blockers to get advice from their GP, before taking (both apply) - and ignored every other problem I have.
I saw a different GP last week, and he thinks all my problems stem from hitting my head, and I could have a 'significant' head injury.
My blood tests have come back as OK, and I am going back to see him next week, to see what happens next.
I saw my optometrist on Friday, and my eyes are OK.
Thus, I'm not going to be on here for very long when I do look in. I hope that someone takes up the challenge to post lots and lots of smilies, on my behalf!
Going to my school was an education in itself. Which is not to be confused with actually getting an education (Schultz)