The day I received my diagnosis of fibromyalgia is also the day I formed a love/hate relationship with it. It was a hot summer day in Arizona when I received my diagnosis. I entered my doctor’s office with hope of finding out why I felt like crap and what could be done to make me feel better. Little did I know that only one of those would come true.
You may have heard of fibro fog, but what about fibro farts? That’s right friends! We have yet another “F” word to contend with!
What happens when your doctor does not believe in your chronic illness diagnosis? Find out how they waste your time and money by running duplicate and unnecessary tests. Plus how they put your health at risk by dismissing you.
Men with Fibromyalgia? Did you know that women aren’t the only ones who suffer from fibromyalgia? I will be honest, until a few years ago I never thought of men having this condition. It’s not […]
Stress is my enemy. I do my best to plan and schedule appointments and outings in a manner that won’t increase my stress/pain level or spark an anxiety attack. However, some times life throws some unexpected curve balls and I have to push through pain, anxiety, and fatigue to deal with them. A month ago we were given notice
In this Oska Pulse week 9 update, I share an improvement I didn’t expect to experience for many more months! *Disclosure: This post includes affiliate links. Meaning that at no additional cost to you, I […]
I have a pre-existing condition Like many Americans I have a pre-existing health condition and am worried about what will happen with the latest healthcare bill that our government is trying to push through. I […]
Same Diseases, Different Treatments Finding What Works For You This month at The Disabled Diva I am sharing how I treat my top 4 chronic illnesses: Psoriatic Arthritis, Fibromyalgia, Endometriosis, and Psoriasis. Because I recognize that […]
Nikki from Brainless Blogger’s Formula for Fighting Fibromyalgia Today Nikki from Brainless Blogger shares how she treats Fibromyalgia. Please remember that Nikki and I are not medical professionals and cannot give medical advice. We are just sharing our experiences and opinions. […]
How The Girl With Five Lads Functions With Fibromyalgia Today Ness from The Girl With Five Lads shares how she treats Fibromyalgia. Please remember that Ness and I are not medical professionals and cannot give medical advice. We are just sharing […]
Kim From Grace Is Sufficient Recognizes Her Fibromyalgia Triggers Kimberly J Penix Today Kim from Grace is Sufficient shares how she treats Fibromyalgia. Please remember that Kim and I are not medical professionals and cannot give medical advice. We […]
Mr. Fibro Became His Best Advocate Today Norman aka Mr. Fibro from Men with Fibromyalgia shares how he treats fibromyalgia. Please remember that Norman and I are not medical professionals and cannot give medical advice. We are just sharing our experiences […]
Oska Pulse Journey Week 5. Addressing pain instead of putting a Band-Aid on it. *Disclosure: This post includes affiliate links. Meaning that at no additional cost to you, I receive a commission when you make […]
Oska Pulse Frequency and Distance Demonstration I have had several people inquire about how the Oska Pulse frequency works at different ranges. Here is a video from Steve Collins of Oska Wellness, in which he answers this question […]
Find out how the Oska Pulse is more than a pain relief device and how it is actually preventing pain in my latest update. In addition, I share other conditions and illnesses that this type […]
With nine different preprogramed massage modes I was able to find one that didn’t increase my pain level.
My life summed up by a deck of cards Part of my bedtime ritual includes playing solitaire. Solitaire card games serve as a distraction from pain and the millions of thoughts rambling around my brain. […]
Not sure if I am in limbo or free falling This post is part of an ongoing series chronicling my battle with abdominal adhesions. Click here to read from the beginning. Previous post< > Next […]
Are you a Super Mom or a Super Pooped Mom? Chronic illnesses make life difficult. Those of us who suffer from one are always feeling like we are swimming against the stream. My illnesses are […]
Sweet dreams only happen when I listen to my body. Prior to my chronic life, I had a sleep schedule that worked around my work schedule. I was in bed every night between 9 and […]