How To: Get Through the Dog Days of Chronic Illness.

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About Lyme Chick

Lyme Disease advocate/warrior still learning about Lyme treatments/recovery and wishing to inform, support, and commiserate with others along the way.
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2 Responses to How To: Get Through the Dog Days of Chronic Illness.

  1. Hi Sweetie,

    I’m in my own dog days with Lyme here, with added issues of abscessed tooth needing to be pulled so on heavy antibiotics to get that infection under control. I’ve had Lyme for 24 years. I’m 64 now. Quite a trip mm?

    Thank you for making your video here. You helped me. I hope that makes you feel good!!

    Much love,
    Candice
    Lansing MI

  2. happy fowler says:

    Maise,
    Soooo sorry you’ve been feeling punk. I hope that’s starting to turn around.
    This was a good posting. I bet it takes alot of energy to do one, but it’s terrific to see you out there. You are incredibly brave and strong!
    I was diagnosed with borderline pernicious anemia, which is a B-12 shortage that causes exhaustion. After just a week or 2 of taking 2,000 units of B-12, the energy is starting to return. I think it’s more common amongst vegetarians, even tho my dad had it. I spent alot of time in bed and unable to exercise. Don’t know if the B’s apply to you….
    Much love to you and your family,
    Happy

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