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I’m Back

Posted May 17 2013 12:43am


It’s been about a month and a half since my last post. I’d like to say its because I’ve been super healthy and really really busy with my exciting busy life but its kinda the opposite. I’ve been feeling better and having more better days but I’ve just been in a sort of “brain fog” for awhile. It’s hard to explain. Really, I think I just ran out of things to say (never thought I’d say that). I am going to try to keep this updated more, especially since I will be changing my meds up soon.

Anyway, I am meeting with my doctor in two weeks to change up my meds. I’ve been on these current meds for 4 months and they were helping a lot at the begging but I have started to plato and its time to change things up again. As far as how I have been feeling…. depends on the hour most days. I either have good mornings or good evenings but rarely both. Trying to find the right medication for me is actually a lot harder than people think. No one is the same with lyme disease so everything I try feels like I’m a test subject in an experiment. But it’s getting better or at least it’s not worse. My main issues right now are spinal pain in my mid back and headaches. Almost everything else has kinda worked itself out but unfortunately the spine and headaches are still pretty depilating (especially together). I’m pretty upset that its already mid May and I’ve been at this since August and I am still feeling significantly shitty. All I want in the entire world is to be able to last an entire day shopping or go out with my friends and not have to leave early. Really tho I just want to be able to go to college in the fall and be a real person…. thats all I want.

Oh!! May is Lyme Awareness Month! I could go on and on endlessly about how this disease has affected my life. And occasionally I do, but that’s not the message I wish to impact today. Today I’d just like you to be mindful, be informed and be aware. Early detection and preferably prevention is key to diagnosing and recovering from this disease. Average diagnosing time for lyme is 8 + years! Knowledge is power and right now we are lacking. Wear green and spread awareness for the rest of the month. With that being said, cheers to health, to those who have it, and extra to those who are fighting for it.


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