It Took 1 Day (25,000 Views)

Hello lovely people πŸ™‚

Its Wednesday afternoon & as I sit at my work desk piled w/ work, I cannot help to think about my blood test results that I will receive next Tuesday for a blood test that I had this morning.

I’ve been feeling unwell lately, light headed, dizzy, tired, run down etc & being the hypochondriac that I am, I am constantly thinking the worst & that I might have a brain tumor or brain cancer. (Anything to do with the brain & heart, & I tend to think the worst)

The doctor has taken blood for numerous things so we are going to see what I am lacking + where I can go moving forward form here.

I know they are checking my cortisol levels & I know high cortisol levels mean you have cancer so my brain is going THROUGH THE ROOF. But I also know that birth control pills increase your cortisol levels & I take them also.

I am very scared to think what is wrong w/ me & if there is anything serious going on 😦

On a brighter note, we have reached 25,000 views & I am so proud of myself & how far I have come.

Thank you to everyone that has supported me along the way – we are just sky-rocketing with our views.

Woohoo! I am about to start my fitness plan as Hamilton Island holiday is around the corner.

I pray everyone is doing well. Thought I would update you all about my life in this post also πŸ™‚

Wherever you are in the world, have a lovely day ❀

A, x (1)

34 thoughts on “It Took 1 Day (25,000 Views)

  1. Congrats on the views!

    On another note, I hope your blood test comes back as not too serious. A friend posted this on Instagram, and it has helped me when my thinking starts racing. It says, “99% of the things you worry about NEVER happen.” I hope this helps you, too.

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  2. PTL! Congrats. Lovely A! You just keep blossoming!
    I am praying about your tests, your health, and your anxiousness. It is absolutely normal to worry. And in this day and age it is wise to research what our doctors discuss with us. You are such a wealth of information for others. I know you would want it for yourself too. At least you are aware and actively caring for your self (self care). πŸ˜‰

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  3. Totally can sympathise and understand what you’re going through sweetie. The anxiety that I suffered from for so long was based all around my health and I would have irrational thoughts about dying and leaving my girls behind. I also had dizziness and lethargy so what you’re experiencing could be to do with the anxiety.
    I’m praying for peace for you during this time of waiting and also for complete healing in the name of Jesus. πŸ™πŸ’•
    Just one question, are you getting enough sleep?
    Much love,
    Hayley

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    1. I am so happy to hear that you can relate ❀

      What a beautiful comment to read – you are so supportive πŸ™‚

      So was yours anxiety? Is that why you were feeling that way?

      Yes, I am constantly sleeping – I feel I sleep too much . I sleep, I wake up, I am still tired 😦

      ❀

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      1. You are so welcome. πŸ’•
        My heart just goes out to anyone going through a similar thing to what I went through.

        I had anxiety, mainly centred around health, that came on me from out of the blue.

        The first time I had a panic attack, I called an ambulance because I thought I was dying, I had never experienced anything so terrifying.

        At that point in my life, I was taken over by complete fear and became a shell of a person. I was only 30 but was like a frail old woman. I’d gone from being confident to scared of everything.

        The good news is at that I am completely set free from anxiety now and am amazed daily by how different I am.

        I have to give all the credit to God because without Him I would still have anxiety and He’s the only reason why I came through the other side and learned to trust in Him and not be afraid of anything. (Psalm 91 was my special scripture).

        My prayers and support are with you and if you ever need to chat about anything, I’m happy to listen.

        Lots of love
        Hayley πŸ˜ŠπŸ’•

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      2. My heart goes out to all these people tpo ❀

        It's a hard thing to live with 😦

        I remember my first panic attack, I thought I was having a stroke, I was numb all over & I honestly couldn't stop shaking.

        Since than, I've been cooped up in a shell, thinking I am going to have a stroke, or have brain cancer, or have a heart attack.

        I am constantly praying, praying for a long life w/ great health.

        Thank you for the support, its lovely to know that I have great support around me ❀

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      3. Your experience of anxiety is so similar to mine.
        I was convinced that there was something medically wrong with me like a brain tumour or cancer because I experienced physical symptoms such as constant headaches and dizziness and always felt unwell.

        Another thing I had was intense heart burn and reflux. When I visited the doctors they would tell me it was anxiety and I would get really mad because I felt that people weren’t taking me seriously.

        They were right though, it was anxiety, cause I don’t have any of these symptoms now and I feel fine.

        The main thing that helped me was ‘letting go’.
        In the end, I was like,
        “You know what God, if I die, I die. There’s nothing I can do about it if that happens and I have to trust that whatever the outcome, you’ll be with me.”

        So, I stopped fixating on my health and praying for it. Instead, I just claimed that I was healthy (even though I didn’t feel like it) and began the process of living my life.

        Not sure if you’ve read this but here’s a link to a post I wrote about my anxiety. I hope it encourages you.
        You will get through this!
        Love Hayley πŸ’•πŸ˜Š

        http://redletters.life/2017/08/10/did-you-not-know-that-i-am-protecting-you-wherever-you-go/

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      4. Wow, what an amazing comment – I am so happy that you can relate to me ❀

        I appreciate you taking the time to write all this ❀

        I am always convinced there is an issue. No matter how many MRI's I have, I am still convinced that something is wrong.

        I get so scared that the doctors are MISSING SOMETHING.

        I understand what you are saying w/ your faith in God, & I tend to have a lot of faith in God but sometimes I just get caught in the moment.

        I am going to go & read your blog now ❀

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      5. Its honestly a pleasure to meet you on here and be able to offer my prayers and encouragement to you. πŸ’•

        I honestly believe that God uses our experiences in order to help support others in similar situations.

        I was identical to you and was terrified that the doctors had got it all wrong and that really I was dying and my girls would be left without a mom.

        It was all lies from the enemy though that stopped me from living the life that God had for me.

        Another turning point for me was when my friend, who was 46, got diagnosed with terminal cancer. She had so much peace and I would quiz her about how that was even possible. I had none and yet there was nothing medically wrong with me and she was dying but was full of peace and was still trying to live a normal life.

        God was there for her when she needed him and she trusted Jesus right to the very end. I was with her an hour before she died in June last year and despite her being extremely weak, she was alert, responding to prayer and full of peace.

        None of us know the day we will die or what we will die from but we can trust God that he loves us and will never ever leave us.

        I’m sorry if I have taken over your comment feed but just felt like I had to share all of that and let you know, you’re not alone or going mad and that anxiety is very much a real illness that you can overcome.

        Much love,
        Hayley ❀️

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      6. It has also been a pleasure meeting you also ❀

        Its hard to convince ourselves that nothing is wrong though. In my head, there is ALWAYS something wrong. I look for a physical problem.

        Don't ever apologise for writing in my comment feed, I am so grateful that you take the time to talk to me.

        I am very sorry to hear about your friend 😦

        Reading your comments give me ease & there is light at the end of my tunnel

        ❀ ❀ ❀

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