Now I am following another Dr. thread as a result of one of the tests prior to my back surgery. Found out I have very poor bone density. My GP said I was way to low for a man (I assured him I was, which he already knew) and ran a calcium and Vitamin D test. My vitamin D came back way low. No idea why. I am taking mega doses for the next four weeks to see if that helps. Then I have an appointment with an endochrinologist to see if we can figure out why and if it is anything to worry about. All my other blood work is fine. The only blessing in all this is that I have met my out of pocket insurance maximums for the year so I have free medical treatment for the rest of the year.
I really don't want this blog to turn into a running commentary on our medical conditions but it seems the easiest way to let everyone who has an interest in us know what is happening.
I am going to PT three days a week and seeing progress in my strength and flexibility. At this point I don't know if my backaches are due to the surgery or to the workout these two sadistic young ladies put me through. It is certainly a big improvement over my condition prior to surgery. Then I had back pain. Now I have backaches.
I think I would take the aches over the pain too.ReplyDelete
Foot pain, backaches, who's next? ;)
Whichever one it is (from the surgery or from the therapy), it should continue to get better and better over time.ReplyDelete
How's the healing and therapy going?ReplyDelete
How about an update on the back?ReplyDelete