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Wednesday, September 30, 2020
Wednesday, August 26, 2020
I'm Sorry It took me so long to get this out there.
I've just been going through a lot with these relapses.
Although I'm sure there are people that take way more! I just feel like I take too many.
This was the original thing I wanted to blog about for the past few weeks or so. My body has been having what's considered a relapses they've been preventing me from doing so. And I was giving yet another medication. Which helped at the time. Yet, at right now I'm not so sure being that there's still other issues going on 😢.
With that being said I don't take as much medications now but I still take enough. Which is why I’m not taking as many now( no vitamins😕).
Now I take 5 sometimes 6 (if I’m in pain)prescribed medications(pills) and two different prescribed eye drops )in the morning. As well as 2 allergy pills. In the afternoon I take 3 prescribed pills. In the evening I take 5 prescribed pills. Three days out of 7 I have to give myself a needle(I really hate this part).
And I was taking vitamins on top of it. Yet, I ran out of them since I originally started this. So, it doesn't seem like as much now. If you all have been keeping up;you know the only income I have at the moment is saga, which is literally only $219 a month, I can barely afford to survive as it is.
I was only able to get the vitamins when I got my stimulus check. And I didn't purchase enough to last a long period of time.
If I had the vitamins in the mornings it would be two more. Being that I’ve ran out I haven’t been taking them. There's also another 2 maybe 3 that I didn’t even lost; being that they’re as needed. One I may take more than the others.
I didn't go into the names of all of them and the dosages. Being that I'd probably be here all day. Trying to explain them all , and what they are for.
I'm sure it sounds like I'm complaining. It just tends to get overwhelming at times. I just had to get that off of my chest.
Yes, it took me forever to get this out. Blame the relapses 😂.
Do you take a lot of medications? Or not a lot at all?What are you thoughts on this?
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Monday, June 8, 2020
I saw this on @multipleclerosisupport on Instagram;And I had to share this with a little story of my own. People assume because I look okay some days I’m I’m not really as sick as I presume to be that I’m fine. Not knowing that there is days that I have were I fight to push through fatigue. Or about my spasms that I have every few days. Or the migraines that I take pills for daily.
If you’re going through something similar drop a comment describing it, and what you do to deal with it! I have a therapist myself and I use aromatherapy.
Monday, May 18, 2020
Wednesday, June 19, 2019
I’m saying this because I’d like people to get on top of it. Schedule regular medical appointments.Follow up and stay on top of things.
Myself included. I know I have a tendency to ignore things that are going on with my body. I really hate having to go to the doctors. There's almost always something to be concerned about afterwards.For me it is anyway.
With family members that having major health issues: It should automatically push you to get your health checked out.
During a few of my regular appointments after being diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis; I found out that I had two other health issues. One regarding my heart the other is my Thyroids.
So, I'm constantly going to medical appointments. Every three months, six months, yearly, and sometimes in-between I have appointments scheduled. I have a primary doctor(even though I'm about to replace him), heart doctor, an endocrinologist,as well as and obgyn. I'd just rather be aware of whats going on.
I'm just putting this out there to say don't wait until it's too late. Some things can be treated. There's also some things can't be treated. But it's easier to try and manage it when you know. Take care of your body! I don't care if it's just a slight cough or a runny nose. Sometimes it's not just a cough or runny nose.
We also need to try different ways to eat healthier. I know it's easier said than done. Fruits and vegetables can be a little expensive. Now that the weather has changed up lets start looking into the farmers market prices. Heck or even find the closes farm available. And drink lots of water to avoid dehydration.
This has been on my mind for the last few weeks. I was unsure of how to go about writing about it. I hope you guys take what I am saying into consideration. Take better care of yourselves.