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Rylie is under the care of a great doctor now. She still has the swelling...it could still take weeks for the medicine to work and another test will be run. She's doing good, but it's just a waiting game as long as she is not having symptoms....more later, I'm too tired to think straight.
I took Rylie to the Neurologist yesterday. She looked into her eyes and said that there is still pressure there, because it looked blurry. The Neurologist doesn't have the equipment to really look into the eyes like the Opthamologist does. She only used one of those lights that the pediatrician uses, so she couldn't really tell much. She recommended seeing a Neuro-opthamologist and I told her we already have an appointment scheduled with one for next week. She said great and she knows the doctor we have an appointment with. She said he is the best! So next week we'll see him. The Neurologist increased her medication dosage. Maybe by next week all the swelling will be gone. That's what I'm praying for anyway. Rylie is doing great. She is perfect on the outside, I just don't know what's going on inside. I stopped researching Pseudotumor Cerebri online because it was freaking me out. Since she is not in any pain and still isn't showing any symptoms, I'm happy with that and looking forward to seeing the Neuro-opthamologist next week.
1. Allow thyself to complain of nothing, not even the weather.2. Never picture thyself to thyself under any circumstances in which you are not.3. Never compare thine own lot with that of another.4. Never allow thyself to dwell on the wish that this or that had been or were, otherwise than it was, or is. God Almighty loves thee better and more wisely than thou dost thyself.5. Never dwell on the morrow. Remember that it is God's not thine. The heaviest part of sorrow often is to look forward to it. "The Lord will provide." E. B. Pusey (1800-1882)