Ramblings of the mind turned 1 today! - sorry I have not been very active for a few months… underwent major life change and relocation. will be getting back to it.

Ramblings of the mind turned 1 today! - sorry I have not been very active for a few months… underwent major life change and relocation. will be getting back to it.

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flaresof-fibro:

why isn’t there any good pain relief. why isn’t there any good pain relief. why isn’t there any good pain relief. why isn’t there any good pain relief. why isn’t there any good pain relief. why isn’t there any good pain relief. why isn’t there any good pain relief. why isn’t there any good pain…

Finally found a clinic i can afford some tests through

the doc verified my R. A. and ran a whole slew of tests….. Lupus….Fibromyalgia and Myalgic Encephalomyelitis are things they are looking at. Also Liver counts are way high and running tests on that as well…. He ran some tests to see if i have any polynueropathy issues. he asked me so many questions and i filled out sooooo many forms. He seemed to hear what i had to say…. we shall see….. I gotta figure this out because whatever is going on is really making it hard to do my job and i need my job to pay my bills….. stress does not help me at all….. makes it worse….. sick of the hypersensitivity to everything…. tired of the ridiculously hampering pain…. I hope that i get answers soon

I need a lot less ow’s in my life

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flaresof-fibro:

the pain is a fire, and my soul is melting

artsythin:

chronically—courageous:

A lot of the time people have a hard time understanding when I say I’m ‘“un-diagnosed” or have a “mystery diagnosis”
You can have multiple diseases, and still be undiagnosed. In my case, my doctors believe that there is one main “monster” that is the reason and cause for all of my illnesses and diseases. I know illness can be quite foreign to those who haven’t experienced it, so I hope that this little picture can help them better understand, why we continue to search for answers.

artsythin:

chronically—courageous:

A lot of the time people have a hard time understanding when I say I’m ‘“un-diagnosed” or have a “mystery diagnosis”

You can have multiple diseases, and still be undiagnosed. In my case, my doctors believe that there is one main “monster” that is the reason and cause for all of my illnesses and diseases. I know illness can be quite foreign to those who haven’t experienced it, so I hope that this little picture can help them better understand, why we continue to search for answers.

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