I usually think about what I’ve lost from being chronically ill, which is pretty much everything. But it turns out I have also acquired many odd new talents. Continue reading “Skills I’ve Gained as a Lymie”
Remember when our biggest problems were doctors not taking us seriously and people’s lack of understanding about our health issues? Are you nostalgic for those days? Me too! Continue reading “How to #Resist Without Using All Your Spoons”
So most days your sex drive has been replaced by a raging headache, but sometimes you have your moments. Or maybe you’re headed towards remission and feel like giving it a go with your sweetie. Either way, here at Miss Diagnoses
we I have some ideas. Continue reading “Lyme Sexy Tyme: Valentine’s Day Special”
Christmas is great, Hanukkah is great, but I really think Festivus has excellent potential as a holiday for the chronically ill. Hear me out. Continue reading “Festivus: A Holiday for Spoonies?”
Hello bloggy world! I am back! Continue reading “My First Herx”
If Santa Claus had brain fog, he might have problems with dates. Continue reading “If Santa Claus Had Brain Fog”
Note: This post has a TMI Warning. Continue reading “As The Stomach Turns: My Lyme Treatment Update”
Because of the above situation, I recently joined the Chronic Disease Book Group on goodreads.com. Continue reading “The Hypothyroid Lymie Book Club”
Doctors can say the most awful things to chronic pain patients. Continue reading “Shit Doctors Say”
I have combination skin, so I always liked the squeaky-clean-face feeling you get from using toner. But after being diagnosed with allergic contact dermatitis, rosacea, Lyme disease, and a genetic defect that weakens my ability to remove toxins, I figured I couldn’t use toner anymore. Continue reading “Miss Diagnoses’s Favorite DIY Skincare Products, Part Two: Green Tea and Apple Cider Vinegar Toner”
Well, I’ve been taking Armour for a few months now, and it’s been a mixed bag.
Ah yes, sandal season is definitely here.