Well I spoke to both my psychiatrist and my new GP about the multiple periods I was having in 2009 and the increased number of rounds of pseudo-cyesis I've been going through since than.
Dr. West, the GP, is going to have a whole slew of tests run in the fall, he's also going to test my blood sugar. With the fact that I'm overweight and the way my stepfather Andy teases me about this, it's definitely not something I'm looking forward to.
My periods have been heavy over the past few months, but ever since going on an oil with ylang-ylang in it, I've been sleeping much better. Applying the oil in certain areas has made my current period a little lighter. I recently got over a UTI and I suspect there may be a few traces of it there, but I'm not sure.
Anyways just a week after having my most recent delusions, two new ones, possibly more were created. I know this is my disability's way of controlling me. When I asked the psychiatrist about the propagation of the delusions, he said that they were my "escape" and that I need to work out the stressors from home to prevent them from doing this.
A few other things came up as well, I broke a bowl and I thought I'd cleaned up everything and my stepfather, Andy, pointed out that I hadn't, which was due to bad vision. I haven't gotten a prescription for a new pair of glasses filled in a few years. I'm terrified that the dog swallowed a piece of it and I'll have to pay the veterinary medical bill! Andy also expects me to pay a big bill from calls made to my grandmother in Toronto which my Mom said previously that she & my stepfather would take care of.
I don't know why I've been so clumsy recently, I think the lack of coordination comes from the drugs. Anyways I had flu symptoms the first day of my period and than some PMS later on. If the GP finds nothing wrong with me that's causing the delusions to be created so quickly through the blood tests, what else can be done? I keep thinking the delusion stuff is a medication issue, too many oils, not enough drugs. Any ideas?