oh no. And your results don’t warrant them to make room? I’m so sorry.
That was *with* them making an effort to put me in earlier because of the results. Sometimes, there is nothing else that can be done but wait. It would be nice to think that everyone is ready to drop everything for lil’ol me … but I guess there’s two realities - one is that other people have issues that may be more important than mine and two is that if the colon cancer is back, it does tend to be slow, so a week or three usually makes no difference to the prognosis. Mind you I don’t what would be worse, the worry that it might be back - or acquiring the knowledge that it is indeed back? Hopefully it’s something else entirely and I wasted all this worry on nothing …
do you have problems falling asleep or staying asleep?
I know that the former is often due to an inability to relax - physically or mentally. The latter is probably also a remnant of the former. So I end up “sleep hopping” all night.
I tend to get up and do “trick the body into tiredness” things (e.g. reading up at a 45* Angle to cause eye muscle exhaustion) but that isn’t always a solution.