Oh, fun! EMG... you end up feeling like a pincushion. You need someone who also specialises in acupuncture, so you can get some treatment benefit out of it as well.
I hope they don't use that ghastly gel in the EEG, that takes forever to wash out of your hair. I remember thinking I'd have to chip it out, it set like Araldite. Hopefully the newer stuff is more in vogue. Last one I had, no ghastly glue-type gel.
I hope they can get some answers for you today.
difficult child 3 is still feeling sick, I had him to the GP this afternoon. Antibiotics for sinus infection - here's hoping that's all he needs. Plus mother in law rang early this morning, she had to ring the ambulance with suspected heart problems. husband is visiting her tonight in the hospital, hopefully we'll have more answers. What with me being extra tired with the extra early start, and difficult child 3 still feeling sick, he didn't get enough work done today. It's difficult - the work asks, almost as a throwaway, for him to play a game on a basketball court. We haven't got one in the village - there are hoops, but at the local school and he can't use them during school hours. And after school, he was at the doctor's. Then he was supposed to play a game with spaghetti, soft sweets and marshmallows. He then has to write up the scores. But he has to play them WITH a number of other people, which isn't easy when you haven't got enough people around, or you have to go to the shops to get the sweets.
We keep working on these pages but whenever we hit something that needs more people/equipment than we have, we come to a screaming halt. We can't do it tomorrow, either, because difficult child 3's drama class is back on, he has to go out to that after school. I really think we just need to fudge it, but autistic kids are scrupulously honest, he'll have an anxiety attack if I try to insist.
I got difficult child 1 to do some gardening for me today. He was willing enough, but at the first difficulty (such as "Where do I put all these weeds?") he stopped work and went back to his computer games. With everything else I just didn't have the time or energy to keep chasing him. And getting easy child 2/difficult child 2 to ring her college counsellor - another panic attack when she got an answering machine.
I think it was just one of those days...