Treatment Update – Weeks 9 & 10

Hello there,

Wow, these last two weeks have been difficult. Very difficult. Possible the worst ones yet, but I survived and I’m out the other side! For which I’m very glad.

Almost right at the beginning of these two weeks I was hit with severe nausea, which made eating very difficult and meant I had to cancel a couple of appointments. It persisted throughout most of the rest of the fortnight, which made me thoroughly miserable.

I also had an appointment with an NHS infectious diseases specialist, which was everything I feared it would be, and I left there in tears. However, I’m trying to maintain perspective and not let it get me down too much.

Thankfully as I’m writing this I’m definitely feeling less nauseas, and the last couple of days have been, well, okay. But okay is fine by me for the moment!

 

 

I hope you enjoy the video, I’ll be back as soon as I can.

Until next time, Rhosyn.

 

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3 thoughts on “Treatment Update – Weeks 9 & 10

  1. Hi Rhonsyn,
    I’ve only just now discovered your blog! I just wanted to say thank you for telling your story, I have M.E which went from moderate to severe, and doctors haven’t been able to help very much at all, and some of their advice (exercise) actually made me more severe! I think I’ve realised I now need to seek private treatment as well, so I’ve been going through your videos.. a lot of what I feel, you’ve put into words πŸ™‚ especially the way doctors treat us and are either hostile or understanding but ultimately can’t do much.. I’m so sorry you’ve been treated like that by a infectious disease “specialist”! How on earth can they ignore blood tests?! Anyway thank you for your videos, they are really helpful πŸ™‚

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    • Hi Rosa, well thank you for reading/watching 😊 yes, I did GET for 2 years and I just got worse. I think everyone has to get to that point on their own, the point of seeking private treatment I mean, on their own. I know, it was such a horrible experience! I’m so glad you’ve found them helpful, it’s such a lovely thing to hear 😊 xxx

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