Nunzio wrote:You have a weird anatomy.
Either that or I don't know what I'm talking about
What do you think, with an exceptionally wide azygous, where is the flow coming from? It was "like an aorta," to quote Smitty.
In most people the vertebral veins drain directly into the brachiocephalic (innominate) vein and therefore cannot overload the azygous. Were your renal and iliac veins OK?
Yes, I believe those veins were ok. He showed me the ascending lumbar, it looked pretty good.
I know you saw two waists in the balloon, but did you see any shoulders?
this made me laugh and then say, "ow, my neck," last night.
Tylenol has been working to mitigate the neck pain. Right now, lying down and resting despite my restlessness, my neck is feeling good.
Right now, I have the lights out except a hallway light because my daughter is still sleeping. With only a little light like this, the colors are not oversaturated, this is more normal to me.
My cogfog has changed in quality and quantity. Greatly diminished, which is what I mean by quantity, but quality would be harder to explain. Right now I could do a much better job of hiding my cogfog and relaxing about it, which are both important to me.
I've said "right now" three times in the last three sets of statements, it is apparently important to me to convey that this is not how it was and I don't know if it is how it will be but only that these are my impressions right now.