Thank God For All Hope
Well, my knockout meds allowed me to sleep nearly 7 hours. I had to take everything I could to calm down the storm within. I’m beyond grateful for any moments where I don’t have to feel the present state of my body. My nerve pain is definitely still out of whack and I feel almost certain so is my spinal cord stimulator. I did leave a request last night that someone call me to readjust my stimulator asap. Hoping that gets done before or after my MRI at noon today.
You see, these stimulators with this newest technology called burst have only been around s few years and are still very unpredictable by even the programmers. It can take up to 72 hours after a readjustment to even get things on track or know if they are even headed that direction. I’ve definitely experienced the good and very bad of this man made device. But, I would still rather have it with some hope than not have it at all.
My legs still feel raw, throbbing, and on fire within. Pain in my lower back and battery area that were being masked a lot better before just aren’t right now. So, I feel certain the stimulator is my greatest issue, but have no idea how to fix it. However, these days remind me how bad the root of my problem still is and that I must keep praying for my miracle. Thanks for all your prayers that are felt and appreciated more than you know. Hoping my morning meds buy me a couple more hours rest. May God bless you all and meet all your needs in Christ Jesus our rescuer!
“I pray that God, the source of hope, will fill you completely with joy and peace because you trust in him. Then you will overflow with confident hope through the power of the Holy Spirit.”