I have no idea what triggered them again, without having them for about a year or so. But I was back to 8-10 a day--and that interferes with every part of the life. I was getting little to no sleep and working full time through it all. It took some time to get an appointment with a neurologist--i needed a new one because of insurance hassles. (Thanks to Chuck for recommending a great one, and Barry for asking the guides to help things along, and the light beings for that last minute cancellation that got me in before October! Anyway, I'm on a steroid--which is really bad because I have diabetes and steroids take the sugar numbers way up. Let's see...balance diabetic coma with no pain....no pain wins. Two more days of that along with adjusted medication and a new pain remedy involving lidocaine for me to test. (It's not new, just new to me.) That has to be ordered and will take a week or so.
I'm only in minor agony now because of the steroid--mainly brain pressure. I was told that there was a microscopic something in my brain causing the issues. I have a brain scan on Monday to make sure that it's still microscopic. Always something. But I'm hanging in there and still in remission.
A good author friend of mine, Carla Willard, has the exact cancer diagnose as I do and we've been going through things together for some years now. I'm so sad to say that she has now been put into hospice. A sobering thing to grasp. Prayers for her please.