Dear Brain


Let’s try to remember that your idea of a good time on a Thursday night and mine are two different things.  My idea involves good wine, good food and good company.  Your idea?  An ER visit and losing more blood to yet another vampire just plain sucks.

Let’s try again tomorrow to get this right.

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    1. I had this really cute doctor check me out on that since you had mentioned it. she said my ears were fine. she was too. too bad she’s married tho.

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      1. I don’t mean to keep harping on it but check this out:
        1. Vertigo

        This is a chronic condition that gives you the sensation that the world around you is spinning (which it is, but…you know what we mean). WebMD explains that vertigo is often caused by an inner ear problem.

        Because it’s linked to an inner ear imbalance, vertigo can be broken down in subcategories, notes the source. These include benign paroxysmal positional vertigo (BPPV), caused by calcium particles clump in the inner ear; Meniere’s disease, thought to be a buildup of fluid and changing pressure in the ear; and Vestibular neuritis, which can be related to a viral infection of the inner ear.
        Just something else to consider.
        Leslie

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    1. yes and no. Yes, I;m OK in the sense that I’m physically fine. No, in a sense that the doctors haven’t figured out what is exactly what’s up with my head.

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