chronic lyme disease with a taste of nut
Having a “difficulty existing” kind of day and Tara, from “Will There Be Cake,” nails it. Grateful for others who have words when you don’t…
This is one of the “symptoms” I recorded sometime in September 2013 in the logbook of my medical symptoms that I experienced each day. I did this in desperate hopes of eventually finding a doctor who would read them and be able to tell me what was wrong with me. I did this because so far none of them believed me to be suffering anything other than a “general anxiety disorder”. Okay, fine. I will tell all you doctors what was causing me anxiety… the incompetence of all YOU! I look back at the symptom recording of the early months of my illness and I become saddened and overwhelmed at what I experienced. It is all a blur to me now. It is as if I am viewing the records of someone else, and I ache for that person.
“Profound weakness. Surges in my head that repeatedly pound me…
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