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Wh worri d about my health

hopeful18 posted 1/12/2018 22:19 PM

I have been getting a lot of headaches recently. I have had migraines for most of my adult life but they have been worse lately. Anyway, went to a specialist and need a bunch of tests and she put me on new medicine. Wh seems genuinely panicked. He is trying to down play the concern for my sake. But I can tell that he is really worried it is something serious. It's all nice that he cares--but part of me feels like asking why he cares so much about me now? Ugh. Pre A I would never have thought that and appreciated his concern.

[This message edited by hopeful18 at 10:45 PM, January 12th (Friday)]

Greeneyesbluezy posted 1/12/2018 22:32 PM


Iím concerned, too.

You can appreciate his concern, even while you want to throw up in your mouth.

You donít have to let him know you appreciate his concern , though. Unless you want to.

Waywards tend to give mixed signals. Itís infuriating.

Praying tests are all negative.🙏🏻

BearlyBreathing posted 1/12/2018 23:19 PM

More concern for you here! Hoping it all works our great!

hopeful18 posted 1/13/2018 08:58 AM

Thanks for the concern! Much appreciated!

Jesusismyanchor posted 1/13/2018 19:15 PM

I have felt the same. When my H had shown concern for my health I just didn't get it since he hurt me so badly and risked my health. I don't antes do say the same and did once. He just hung his head and walked away at the time. I guess it is a good thing it is just perplexing. I'm glad he cares at the end of the day though.

Chaos posted 1/13/2018 19:27 PM

My WH has been overly concerned about mine since DDay. He noticed that I've lost weight since DDay. He's never mentioned anything about my weight in 25 years and now he notices. He notices when I have panic attacks when I trigger. He told me his biggest fear is that I will actually have a heart attack. He is frustrated because he knows he caused this and there isn't anything he can do about it.

Hopeful30 posted 1/13/2018 20:18 PM

Please make sure if they havenít already that they schedule you for an MRI. Not a CAT scan. For migraines you should be seeing a neurologist.

Keep us updated.

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