Wednesday, November 12, 2008


My husband Brad has been sick off and on for going on about two years now. In the mornings he will wake up with a headache, dizzy, sick to his stomach and just feel like crap. Last year we went to a family physician and he requested Brad get a MRI, it showed nothing. After much testing he came to the conclusion that it was a type of migraine and gave him medicine. Well with no luck did this help and he stopped taking the medicine. At each dental apt they noticed how much Brad's gums would bleed and he put Brad on a special toothpaste which in the end it has not helped him at all. The last time he was at the dentist they told him he really thought that he should go back to the doctor and request they check his sugar. At the time I was still pregnant with Chandler and so he told them once I have him he would follow up. I made a mental note of that and Brad kept his word and followed up. Today he had his glucose tolerance test done, I went with him and sat the three boring hours and in the end we got a answer. Brad is Hypoglycemic (Low Blood Sugar). Thank you Lord for giving us an answer. I really did not want this to be the answer, but I am glad we have a answer to what is wrong with him. It is so hard to watch him get up just about every morning sick and not know what was causing it. He never complains he goes on to work, to provide for his family. I know that there have been many times that he just wanted to stay in the bed, but could not. Brad is my best friend and husband and I thank the Lord that he gave him to me. I don't know what I would do with out him. Brad I Thank You for being such a wonderful husband and wonderful father to our two little boys. I am glad that we can now work on getting your diet fixed so that you will feel better. I love you with all my heart. Your Cin-Cin

1 comment:

Jen @ One Moms World said...

This brings tears to my eyes. I just love the relationship between you two. I am so glad you kept on him to get this checked and you all received answers. Hopefully they can get him on the right track now and he can get to feeling better. Big (((HUGS))).