I posted previously about the FM/a® blood test for Fibromyalgia, here and here. EpicGenetics, the company behind the blood test, has just released some really awesome news.
What is the FM/a® blood … [Read More...]
It's timely that I'm scheduling this post right as I'm planning two trips back to back. I want to give a big thanks and shout out to Ali for helping out with this guest post this week. Please be sure … [Read More...]
The below came from an email sent to me by a reader. After I answered his email I realized that he's so not alone and that my response might be helpful for many other partner's of those with chronic … [Read More...]
I'm a little late for Endometriosis Awareness Month (March), but if you follow my blog and especially if you get my newsletters you know that I'm more than Aware of Endometriosis. Just a little over a … [Read More...]
I've tried a lot of different apps to monitor my health over the years. I find them easier to work with then pencil and paper (especially during the last few years when writing wasn't an option) and … [Read More...]
It's been almost a year since I shared Elizabeth's video on my Facebook page and asked if anyone else had had similar experiences with Fibromyalgia.
I didn't know what had happened with her, so … [Read More...]
You Are Not the Enemy:
Stop Beating Yourself Up for Your Illness
guest post by Kerry @ Chronically Zen
When I was first diagnosed, the battle lines were clear: it was me against Crohn’s … [Read More...]
In the last year or so I've shared reviews for two books by Dr. Bill Rawls. The protocol he shared in Suffered Long Enough really intrigued me. Unfortunately, there was just so much info there that … [Read More...]
It's been a while since I shared a Fibro Warrior Interview, but recently I made the acquaintance of fellow blogger, Ali Hemsley from Brighton England and she offered to share her story.
If you'd … [Read More...]
Hi, my name is Sarah. I write My Migraine Life, which is exactly that, my life with chronic migraines. I have had migraines since I was five and have been chronic for at least the last 10 years. If … [Read More...]
If you follow me on social media or get my email updates then you know that I had surgery earlier this month for endometriosis. This was my third laparoscopy for endo (my 4th laparoscopic surgery - … [Read More...]
Chronic Illness is Hard Work
Guest post from Lydia at BeingLydia.com
I know there are people who don't really know me well enough that believe that I am a lazy, whiny hermit with mental … [Read More...]
I've shared a few times here about how TENS has helped me through many chronic pain issues. I was first introduced to TENS through physical therapy for tennis elbow back in 2007. I can't recall if … [Read More...]
You know I love to try new things that might help relieve pain or make life easier, and you know I'm a huge fan of CBD oil (or hemp oil extract). So, when offered the chance to try this latest product … [Read More...]
Stress and anxiety are two things that I try to avoid, but I can't always. Sometimes I just get anxious for no reason, or I start thinking about all that I need to do and I stress myself out. I try to … [Read More...]
This is a guest post from my friend Stacey at ChronicallyWhole.com.
What to do when Chronic Illness Leaves You Feeling Lost, Alone, & Confused
As a four-year-old girl, I once peed my pants … [Read More...]
Getting all my medical records together has been on my To Do list for a long time. At the beginning of last year I started asking some of my doctors for copies of my records. I asked at each of my … [Read More...]
I am proud to be part of this collection of stories of second chances, starting over, and re-engaging with life. If you need a little more positivity in your life (and we all do) you'll want to spend some time reading through the stories in this book.