So we get new doctors and specialists we have to see all the time. And we have to fill out forms about a lot of crap when we do. Don't you think we should have one for Them? I mean, some doctors are awesome. My doctor is awesome. But some not so much, eh? And … Continue reading 10 questions for new doctors
Things never to say to someone with chronic illness or chronic pain Aren't you Glad it isn't Worse?I mean, at least it's not... cancer.It isn't like your liver fell out.Not like your kidney's exploded or anything.I mean, aren't you grateful that it isn't spleen implosion?I can see why you think you have it bad but … Continue reading Chronic illness: Aren’t you glad it isn’t worse?
Now every migraine person is different. And each migraine is a new exciting adventure of 'what symptoms will load on me today'? But all of this list applies to me, so I am sure some of it is relatable because at one time or another our migraines go haywire with new and surprising symptoms. I … Continue reading You know you have a migraine when…
I know what you are thinking. All that cure talk from the internets is bullcrap. And it is. But I know how to cure anything that ails you with these specific and detailed methods. Finely powdered unicorn horn, while extremely difficult to find, will cure chronic pain of any sort. But only when mixed with … Continue reading The cure for all that ails you
I know there are some we seriously, seriously want for Christmas. I got you covered. This is the perfect list for all of us with chronic illness and chronic pain. This is my exact list for What I want for Valentine's day by the way. I didn't get any of them... so here is hoping! … Continue reading What I want for Christmas, seriously
So there are a lot of issues with sleep and fibromyalgia. I also have other chronic pain and vertigo, but seriously since I was young sleep and me have not been on speaking terms. Here are some of the random things you can look forward to with fibromyalgia and sleep: The ouchie, the flip, … Continue reading Okay, so sleep and fibromyalgia are not friends