Update on Timing

I’ve tentatively scheduled my treatment to begin on Tuesday, June 23rd.

Not sure how accurate this date is because it all depends on insurance pre-authorization. Most likely the treatment will get rejected first since a) there’s no real diagnosis, and b) whichever diagnosis code is used has a different, standard treatment. The doctor will have to appeal, and it will be a minor miracle if all the red tape is worked through in less than three weeks.

In the meantime, I have to get a cardio exam and preliminary blood tests to ensure I don’t go into the treatment with a dysfunctional ticker or latent infections…and yes, Lyme disease is infectious, and yes, it’s been discussed with umpteen doctors, none of whom actually knows what he’s talking about since Lyme and lyme are such pernicious little spirochetes. [And therein lies the rub and explains why I’m rather hesitant to undergo this sort of treatment when the only tests to ever come back positive have been various forms of lyme. Yee-haw!] So, medical community, I am (very) reluctantly putting all my faith in you and your “false” positives!

I’ll put up some more countdown dates for the various upcoming appointments, but don’t be surprised by changes.

I’m also toying with the idea of having a hair cutting party for all the Dallasites who have always wanted to butcher someone’s hair without the ensuing friendship fallout. Since I’m not interested in finding chunks of hair on the pillow or in the shower, I’m going to cut my hair really short anyway–why not have a little fun with it? So if you’d be into cutting some crazy topiary hair patterns or think giving someone a mohawk would be fun, leave a comment below!

3 thoughts on “Update on Timing

  1. Esther says:

    I’m thinking we should go with Franciscan monk – shave the middle and leave a ring around the base like you have male pattern baldness. Just a suggestion…

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