I'm feeling out of sorts at the moment and can't figure it out. My health is pretty stable but I think I'm unhappy, tired of coping. Coping with everything, tired of dealing with my Mother's idiosyncrasies, tired of dealing with my Father's spurts of temper because he believes I'm ignorant. I know it's just a mood and I'll get over it.
It's just this trapped feeling, I'm working around it, getting rid of it. But still, every now and then it gets to me...... Like today. I just
It's so hard to repair bad credit. I went through a rough period a while back and am now being denied credit because of a couple of bad debts. I have gone round and round with the credit bureau trying to get things off my record because of the statute of limitations, etc. I finally got so fed up with the process that I hired a law firm that specializes in this kind of thing to help me. I really don't know if I will get any positive results or not. I didn't know what else to do as I don't know
Originally Posted by Buckaroo
Good morning, well no not really. Having a bad day today. Woke up with headache, every muscle in my body hurts, sweats. Sounds like flu huh? But no, I know the flu and this isn't it. Took my Etodalac first thing, but its just not cutting it today. Oh I hate this and I don't even have a diagnosis. Nausea too. I really don't want an A.I. but I would like a Diagnosis. Any suggestions to feel better?
Thanks in advance.
So the weatherman is saying we are in for another week of record cold, and if you haven't already heard, there is a shortage of LP in the northeast. We have turned our thermostat down to 62 to try to conserve on the LP we have in our tank. For most of you, you know the dread I feel for the inevitable week of cold hands and feet and achy joints. Not a happy camper!
This time of year is always hard on me. I seem to get flair-ups in the winter months. I'm not sure if it's the cold or the lack of sunshine, but it always happens. I read somewhere that I should journal my pain, keeping track so when I visit my rheumatologist I can share the information. So, I decided to start journaling in the mornings and write down how I felt each morning. That was an eye-opener! It was so depressing to read! Now, even though I have had lupus for over 20 years, I usually don't