This will be a short post, since the last upgrade my computer doesn't like thi s site, I can read but if I log in and try to post it crashes. Over the last few weeks it has lost several long posts with updates of my progress, eventually I stopped trying......
After three years on the full CAP AW looked at my blood and saw 'just the odd miccrococci', no Bb, no Cpn, he said that knowing when to stop treatment is tricky, he doesn't usually tell people to stop but lets them decide for themselves.
DRAT! DRAT!! DRAT!!!
a whole post lost in the ether
I was reading through my Diary of a Mega-pulse before posting, hit a wrong key and now it's gone
Hi everyone, I haven't been posting much lately as life has been so busy (hooray) As part of my effort to get back into the real world i enrolled with a distance learning college to do a Diploma in Homeopathy and being of the Kepner Persuasion that anything worth doing is worth doing to death I have let this new venture totally consume my thoughts for the time being.
Pulse #16 is just over and it seems to have given me a significant push forward, Rica made a comment about reaching for higher levels, this pulse gives me the feeling that I've stepped onto a new, higher level too. For a start this one didn't wipe me out so completely and though there were aches in familiar places, tiredness I couldn't fight and that sick-to-the-stomach feeling that always reminds me of the days when I thought I would die at any second none of these effects were as bad or lasted as long as they have done in earlier pulses. Ive definitely had more energy this time, being able to walk further and keep going for longer at tasks and could even think well enough to complete an online exam paper. If things were so much better during the pulse how good
Midsummer's Day saw the end of my twelfth pulse and a new beginning. Last week I found the diary I started with my first antibiotics and realised two things, it has taken more than two years of treatment to get to this point and I am on the path to Forgettory. Dr Wheldon's Forgettory must be Cpn Nirvana, that state of being beyond the bad times and free of the memories so before I let it all go this is a little account of several false starts and how I came to be diagnosed with a bewildering array of syndromes and disorders.