I have 10 hours of neuropsychological testing and interviews at the end of April. June 5th, I got two official diagnoses, and discovered I had been misdiagnosed with a separate condition as a teenager. These diagnoses are validating and give me a lot of hope for the future!
“New” conditions, horrible symptoms, and no relief in sight! It turns out that I have already tried most of the treatments available for my allergies (or am currently using them).
I haven’t done a lot of blogging lately, and it’s due to how low my energy levels have been. Non-stop appointments and an intense diet are the main culprits.
As I’ve gotten sicker, Dan has needed to take on more as my caretaker (and husband). Many people have expressed curiosity about our relationship, and I figured there was no better way to show it than to detail an “average” day!
This is a wonderful, slightly sweet, filling side dish! It goes fantastically with chicken, and packs a great flavor into any meal. It’s also a great way to get more color on the plate.
Part one of “Dan As My Caretaker” series focuses on when and how Dan, my husband, became my caretaker.
Due to life and my various chronic illnesses, we were forced to make some modifications to my LEAP diet program! Luckily, it’s a change for the easier, not for the harder.
I combined weeks 3 and 4 of my LEAP/MRT diet because I didn’t log much due to a massive flare of one of my conditions. However, there are still quite a few meal logs in this post!
This last month has been such a blur for me. My health decided to skydive, without a parachute, and it hit the ground hard. I haven’t gotten quite this sick in a long time, and it’s just as miserable as I remember. So, what exactly happened? Well, I do kind of mention it in these posts: Being…… Continue reading The Case of the Missing Lizz
I collect socks. Funky, unique, quirky socks! Socks make me smile, and have for a LONG time 🙂 After 20 years of collecting, I have a lot of socks…