A Brain Aneurysm survivor learning that, “We must be willing to let go of the life we have planned, so as to have the life that is waiting for us.”
— E.M. Forester
Thursday, November 10, 2011
can't explain me........
I can't even tell you how fried your central nervous system is after a ruptured aneurysm/stroke. I grind my teeth at night (have since I was little). Now-a-days I think I get my tongue at night too leaving it "sore" all day. I have asked two doctors and a dentist about it. They all think it looks "perfectly normal", but to me it is always sore/sensitive. I am beginning to think I am completely crazy as another doctor guesses what might be causing it. I think I may have to resort to the expensive mouth guard from the dentist and hope it goes away, so I don't get that look like,"you're fine, you just freak out too much"......MY NERVES ARE FRIED, Yes, EVERY little thing drives me more nuts than I think I ever was before (YIKES)! My poor doctors, I think they have given up with me :-)