The highlight of my trip to Quest was the crackhead who walked in
While I was having my blood drawn, there was a woman (I think) who was freaking out about how Quest didn't use butterfly needles on adults. She was either mildly retarded or a huge drama queen... I couldn't quite figure that one out. She claimed that if the phlebotomist didn't use a butterfly needle, she would pass out and die? Seriously?!? Even if she did pass out, chances are she wouldn't die. Again, I'm not certain what happened because before I realized it, my blood was drawn and I quickly exited.
What is it about places like Quest that brings out the crazy in people? Crackheads, drama queens and IV drug users. Such fun. Next time I will be making an appointment for 6:30am, when they open. Crackheads, drama queens and IV drug users aren't usually awake at that time of the day.
So now the waiting game begins. Part of me hopes my levels come back normal but part of me hopes my levels come back abnormal. If my levels are abnormal, then the OB will know what's wrong with me and we can come up with a plan of action. If my levels are normal, then I'll be stuck in limbo and I'll have several more weeks of itchiness. I have a feeling something isn't right and that this isn't allergy related. If it were allergy related, then my body would respond to anti-histimines, but its not. This whole thing is really frustrating... and itchy.
Ian, Kim, Bella & Baby #2