Bothering, Demanding, Nourishing, Telecommunicating, and Tolerating are the prompts for July with A Chronic Voice’s July Linky. I’ll be contributing, along with many other great bloggers who write about chronic illness. Each month we have a new set of words to inspire us to write about how chronic illness affects us. July was just another […]
My return visit to the new holistic clinic gave me so much information! The doctor gave me an overview of the treatment plan he had for me. Today, I spent an hour going over the general outline of how he’ll start treating my chronic pain, MCAD, heart, fatigue, and more. The goal in all the
Now that I’ve started to have Mast Cell Disorder events daily again, I’m taking Benadryl on a regular basis. These MCAD events have been worse than the series of events I had before my dose pack of Prednisone. This series of events includes hives and welts. This worsening of symptoms worries me. This morning at
My husband and I have had a stressful and frustrating experience as we’ve tried to make decisions about getting out of the house during Covid-19. With my numerous medical conditions there is a worry that I’ll have a worse outcome if I contract this virus. My husband is 73 and has some health worries, too.
Well, today is day 4 of my new LDN treatment. My new doctor told me that the first three days I would feel nothing. That is very true. Then, he said, on the 4th day….BOOM! I would have a great pain reliever and less fatigue. Well, guess what? Nothing. This is why having chronic illness
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