To put everyone's minds at ease, I am fairly sure my GP is aware of my dissatisfaction with the performance of my bladder and bowels. It is not like their performance has got any worse over the years, so that would rule out cancer, although nonetheless I have many symptoms of prostate cancer.
My mental health problems are probably a result of a combination of a number of factors, namely my Asperger Syndrome (of which I hope my GP is aware considering I have mentioned it on several occasions on Sportnetwork
as well as in the opening line of my essay explaining why I switched my football allegiances from Chelsea to Watford
), my dissatisfaction with the performance of my bladder and bowels, my involvement in sport (which can result in feeling up and down and carries with it an obligation to abandon aspirations of a stable lifestyle), my involvement with - and inconsistent popularity on - MTWD, my college work (which can also make me unstable, as some days I leave the class feeling happy with how much of the lesson I understood, while other days I leave the class feeling unhappy
with how much of the lesson I understood) and my enjoyment of spending as much time as possible on the Internet.
I have long thought that I may have chronic fatigue syndrome, and when I saw an article mentioning it on BBC
this morning, I felt that a lot of the symptoms apply to me.
I indeed have sleeping problems, and take a bit of time to get to sleep due to my mind racing, although most nights I am able to stay asleep until my mum wakes me up. However, some nights I struggle in the middle overs before recovering and some nights I am all out before the overs are complete. My drinking habits are that I have orange juice with breakfast, a fizzy drink with my lunch and supper, and I have a cup of tea twice a day. I rarely eat cheese, get few just a couple of units of alcohol a year and never smoke or use drugs. The reason why I am willing to post (if there is any need for me to post) until just before going to bed (which I do at 11:45pm on a college night (Tuesday and Thursday) or after Lower Mound is finished in the bathroom any other night) is due to my enjoyment of spending as much time as possible on the Internet. If I was to feel the need to post before going to bed but decided to delay my post until the morning, I would probably sulk about not being able to post or would plan my post while in bed.
I need to get a shave now and leave for the New Den, and can therefore not post anything more on my health problems, or on any other subject for that matter.