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Friday, 9 November 2012

Progress


Hello all,

I said in my previous post that i would explain why i have been so busy.

Well I have been busy exercising as much as I can, I am applying pacing to this.

By doing the pacing exercise I am finding this is easing the swelling unfortunately I still have the bite mark but I suppose this will take time to go.
 The MMS is working well I have been taking it 16 months so it should be making a difference.
 My co-ordination has improved as have my energy levels which i am very grateful for.
Brain fog has gone  i am thinking clearer than ever before.
 I just have to have a lot of patience with myself (something i sometimes have difficulty with).
Here's hoping that i will eventually be better and in fully working order.
I banked on the MMS taking at least 2 years or more and it is looking as though this is an overestimate.
It looks as though it could  be a shorter time.
The hardest thing for me when I got diagnosed with M.S, was  my life, my career, my dreams and aspirations went on hold or stopped many years ago.
 I came to accept the fact that disability was my way of life and I would probably never have a career again or dreams or aspirations.
 Now I have found out about the Lyme conspiracy and the cover up of chronic Lyme and discovered the connection to M.S and the spirochete infection and finding out that yes M.S can be helped or dare I say it cured by antibiotics
I have to reassess my career my dreams and aspirations because I will have my life taken off hold at last and I will be able to join the rest of the human race which was so drastically taken from me all those years ago with the M.S diagnoses.
Pity there is a double dip recession going on at the moment but hey when I am actually able to start looking for a job and new career lets hope the financial climate would have recovered quicker than the Lyme hey.
Pity we all can't apply MMS to the job market.
As I have said it is all about patience.

Yes maybe one day soon I will be able to start a new career and get off the government benefits and be able to support myself totally.

While I am patiently waiting for this to happen I am now having to start again like when i was at school deciding my future and in some ways this is exciting and in others very daunting as I am older and this time I have two children to support as well.
But hey life is all about challenges isn't it?
Getting rid of a spirochete infection is certainly one of the biggest challenges I have ever had to go through but oh so worth it of course.
I thought the biggest challenge i have ever had to face was rearing children but no siree the biggest is defiantly curing a spirochete infection and as i always say Do Not Give Up! (my new mantra).

Lyme Girl
 
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