This is not my usual post but I’ve been really sick and my baby girl needs surgery desperately and anything anybody can do to help I would really appreciate it as I cannot work. My fiancé and I are doing everything possible right now to try and raise the money because she needs the surgery ASAP. I included a picture of what her tooth looks like so you can see what we’re dealing with and so you can see that we need to get this taken care of ASAP.
My baby girl Sophie which is 17 years old and is my best friend, I would do anything for her. We live in Jefferson, WI. We have been through everything together over the years. Sophie has been having allot of problems with her teeth and had a dental surgery a year ago when she was in pain like this and it helped immensely, but now it’s happening again. Sophie has another tooth that is causing her a lot of pain, and making her very irritable and not the happy Sophie I know her to be. I took her to the vet when I noticed this (like I did last time this happened). The vet told me she needs surgery again to remove a tooth that is causing her alot of pain, and possibly another one that’s on its way to become trouble. The vet prescribed her pain meds and an antibiotic for right now until the surgery can be done. We need $500 to do the surgery, due to me just getting out of surgery a week ago it’s come at the worst time possible. We need this done ASAP for Sophie because I will not let her suffer I love her way to much.
The $500 would soly be used for the surgery cost. We just need some help so we can get Sophie out of pain ASAP.
Sophie goes to the Jefferson veterinary clinic in Jefferson, WI.
Any help would be greatly appreciated. We just want her pain free and happy and healthy again.
Please help me get Sophie out of pain and back to chasing toy mice and playing again.
For all you chronic migraine sufferers out there there is a new medication called Aimovig it’s finally just come out on the market. It looks just like a Epi pen.
My neurologist told me about it a year and a half ago and it finally got approved by the FDA and got released last month. I just signed the paperwork at my doctors office this week, my doctor showed me what it looked like and how to use it it’s very simple and easy. It costs $575 a month without insurance but it is supposed to reduce migraines by 50% and some people got 75% relief. It has had a lot of success.
Unfortunately my insurance doesn’t cover it so I have to pay out-of-pocket, but for me it’s worth its worth it and worth the investment when I’m getting 3 to 4 migraines a day sometimes more often, Losing my vision and going practically blind and getting very nauseated, getting very confused and dizzy and because of all this I can’t work or barely leave the house, have a social life or drive.
My hope with this medication is that I will be able to regain some of my life back and hopefully be able to work and drive again. But because the medication is so expensive and because I cannot work I need donations to be able to afford this medication.
My doctor said they will be coming out with a pill form soon, hopefully that option will be cheaper and my insurance will cover it but in the meantime any donations would be greatly appreciated, my go fund me page link is listed below.
It’s been a while since I’ve posted, I’ve been really sick 🤒 with my migraines and ongoing stomach issues which I have now learned I have gastritis as well as abdominal migraines, while dealing with my chronic migraines too. So it’s been a rough couple of months. So the topic i would like to touch on is abdominal migraines because it’s something I’ve never heard of until now and it’s apparently very common to get if you suffer from chronic migraines. Abdominal migraines aren’t headaches they are actually a reaction to the same triggers as migraine headaches. So again you have to find what triggers your migraines and abdominal migraines. Which means they hurt a lot and cause a lot of stomach cramps and pain.
Major Abdominal Migraine symptoms:
Loss of appetite
Stomach pain (mine has been in the upper stomach, but it can be a non-localized Pain)