One of the most common questions I get from people after telling them my diagnoses is “What in the world is eosinophilic esophagitis?!” Here’s my answer and experience with the condition!
Even though my body has been cooperating recently, and I’ve been able to do a lot more, I haven’t been “healthy.” I’m still experiencing pain, taking a slightly slower period of time to recover than an “average” person, and having to deal with some other aspects of my chronic illnesses. Even though I was able…… Continue reading Computers and Migraines
Over Labor Day weekend, I accomplished something I thought was impossible: walking around above 14,000 feet elevation! I got tons of photographic proof, because I was so thrilled my body let me enjoy it! Read my story here…
After a 14 month wait, I finally have answers from the geneticist! Honestly, this long awaited genetics appointment was one of the best appointments I’ve had.
I had 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.
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!