Jump to content
DSN13

PMS, PMDD, and menstrual cycle issues during withdrawal and after

Recommended Posts

Junglechicken

The stress of WD can cause irregularity in the menstrual cycle.  Been there, that's for sure.

 

Also, you COULD have entered into peri-meno?  Have you had your hormone levels checked?

 

They can start to get irregular mid-30s and right the way through your 40s and into menopause.

 

Talk to your GP too, who MIGHT suggest a pelvic ultrasound just to check all is well in the reproductive area.

 

Hope you can get some answers.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
wanttosurvive

Hi Misc,

Thank you for your advice, but I am afraid to use anything. Since I react everything do not use any supplement. But thanks indeed.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
ChessieCat
On 11/20/2018 at 11:09 AM, Misc said:

Have you ever tried inositol? I take 4g daily, it helped me a lot with the awful PMS symptoms. 

 

Link to SA's topic:  inositol

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
Sheera

Hey Ladies—I’m having the same issues with PMS right now. It’s so terrible.  My sleep and mood is greatly affected and I never know what I’m going to get. Right now I’m SO ANGRY. I want to be alone. I can’t think or follow conversations or get jokes. I am overwhelmed by my schedule (which is silly because I’m on Christmas break). It’s strange too because I am at 2 years off all drugs and I don’t remember it being this terrible in the beginning.  I think it might be because I’m feeling a higher level of WD normal during the other parts of my cycle and so the desperation and despair I feel during PMS is a shock to my system. I let my guard down and then BOOM—an emotional spiral. 

 

I have to think that this is just another step in the healing process. I am 42 and so I think my hormones are out of whack anyway—this just makes it 1000000 times worse.  

 

I have noticed improvement in my cycle length. I was averaging 21 days for my cycle—😭—and now it’s 22. Haha doesn’t seem like much but one extra day without symptoms is amazing. 

 

Just going to try and get through today knowing that it will pass. It always does. 

 

Sheera

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
wanttosurvive

Hi Sheera,

 

When I first started this topic in October 31th, I was so desperate.... crying, shouting... like I was changing into a monster within days. I was SUICIDAL.... I also had lots of physical symptoms. 

 

Now it has passed 2 months. I do not understand I am also in a premenstureal period now but with little symptoms. The period in November was also tolerable. Maybe this is because I am in a bright window right now. Who knows? But I am sure about that when period comes in a wave it is awful and when it comes in a window it is more tolerable. 

 

Hugs 🧡🧡🧡

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
WarriorWomanLV

I'm so happy to read this, wanttosurvive! My PMDD diagnosis is the reason i was handed lexapro in the 1st place. Glad to know it gets better!

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
Eleda
On 11/4/2018 at 2:56 PM, xyz said:

 

9-10 months wave is very common. just ride the wave.

the PMS symptoms will lessen with time. try to distract and stay busy. i know it is really hard.

i struggled a lot but in the end even while still tapering i am mentally better now than ever.

distraction and living one day at a time is the key. Time flies when you do that. sending you hugs.

 

What is 9-10 months wave? I have very bad pms, it's been the worst ever now, and I'm soon in my 9th month off lexapro. 

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
wanttosurvive

Hi Eleda,

 

I definitely believe in these periods when waves rear their ugly face. My acute WD typically lasted 4-6 weeks, then I got the honeymoon period, which exactly ended in the cutoff point of 3. month. Then again exactly at the begining of 5. month I began to experience new, weird symptoms that I was unfamiliar with.  I call this month 'The horrible 5'. Then again I started the experience typical waves and windows and at 10 month I experienced 10 month wave ( which started exactly 21 october, my last dose was 17 december). 

 

And my 10. month wave was the second worse after 5.

 

I do not want to frighten anyone but this was the exactly what had happened. 

 

You can read the topic 'Are We There Yet? How Long is Wd Going to Take' by BRASSMONKEY. He perfectly describes these milestones.

 

Hugs 🧡

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
xyz
3 hours ago, Eleda said:

What is 9-10 months wave? I have very bad pms, it's been the worst ever now, and I'm soon in my 9th month off lexapro. 

 

my 9-10 months waves was worst than acute. i was off klonopin that i tapered very fast.

i didn't know what was happening to me.

since you know it now, just ride through it. i have heard that after this, it gets easier.

 

i didn't know and re-instated on valium. :(

by the time i will be done with my second taper off benzo, it would have taken me 3 years...

 

so ride through it.

my periods are almost normal now.

 

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
wanttosurvive
4 hours ago, xyz said:

 

my 9-10 months waves was worst than acute. i was off klonopin that i tapered very fast.

i didn't know what was happening to me.

since you know it now, just ride through it. i have heard that after this, it gets easier.

 

i didn't know and re-instated on valium. :(

by the time i will be done with my second taper off benzo, it would have taken me 3 years...

 

so ride through it.

my periods are almost normal now.

 

Xyz, you give me strenght.

 

When I have first written about this topic, you said 'Just ride the wave'. This was true. Waves will come again, but eventually it will all pass.

 

Happy healing 🧡

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
Eleda

Thank you, I have so much to learn! I just had the worst wave yet, with insane pms symptoms, I didn’t feel like I had any more fight left in me, so I reinstated Lexapro, but it made me really sick, so I had to stop. I’m now really happy it did, because I regret it so much now that I know it was a wave and that it will get better. 

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
xyz
26 minutes ago, Eleda said:

Thank you, I have so much to learn! I just had the worst wave yet, with insane pms symptoms, I didn’t feel like I had any more fight left in me, so I reinstated Lexapro, but it made me really sick, so I had to stop. I’m now really happy it did, because I regret it so much now that I know it was a wave and that it will get better. 

 

Eleda,

believe me i had the worst PMS ever!

i was so suicidal that i had to run to my neighbor until my husband came home.

i am glad that you didn't re-instate. the most valuable lesson that i have learned is that "Nothing last, don't fear the feeling". Let it run its course, and it will go away on his own.

keep your mind on practical stuff, keep up with your day in and out task, . don't overthink your symptoms. your symptoms are signs of healing.

your nervous system will regulate itself, and return to normal.

 

 

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
Eleda

I also get suicidal, this time it was extremely bad, that’s why I thought I needed the pills, because they help with pms. I have one week of relief from pms every month, it’s so bad, so I got a bit desperate. But now I know, I’ll try to stay focused on the healing and ride it out. It’s easier when I actually understand what’s happening to me, even though it’s still a living hell. So happy I found this site ❤️

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
ChessieCat
1 hour ago, Eleda said:

It’s easier when I actually understand what’s happening to me

 

Yes, the understanding means that we know what is going on and don't get the second fear.  Or fear of the fear.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
wanttosurvive
7 hours ago, Eleda said:

I also get suicidal, this time it was extremely bad, that’s why I thought I needed the pills, because they help with pms. I have one week of relief from pms every month, it’s so bad, so I got a bit desperate. But now I know, I’ll try to stay focused on the healing and ride it out. It’s easier when I actually understand what’s happening to me, even though it’s still a living hell. So happy I found this site ❤️

Eleda,

 

Before WD I had never had PMS, like I had never had other weird symptoms of this unusual disease. I know it does not make sense now but although I had only taken the drugs for couple of months now I am paying the price for months and maybe years of suffering of my life. WD ruined my last 1,5 years. I am still semi-homebound, do not work, still live my parents. Although now I have regained my courage to live alone (I had lived alone for the last 8 years before WD) I can not move since I have financial problems. Now waiting for some time to heal much more in order to start to work again. 

 

In regard to premenstureal issues it is definitely changing. I do not know how it has happened. But at month 10, I was just like you. Suicidal, frustrated, confused... I do not understand, now again I am waiting my period, but I am better. I think since you are 9 months off drugs, the reason for increased symptoms is the common wave occuring at that time.

 

Take care🧡

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
xyz

ladies,

we should get a medal for surviving PMS every month while in withdrawal.

i had PMS before but just the cranky and tired type, when the wave hit me, i lost sleep days at time and was worried over silly things. and then bam one day, it turned into akathisia.

 

like you Eleda, i only had 1 week of relief in a month. now it is just a couple of days (they are bad cramps and a lot of swearing)

getting back on the med, didn't help me much. slowly tapering them taught me a lot more about acceptance and gave me trust that i would recover.

it is harder when you are off drugs because having symptoms at 9-10 months out doesn't seem to make sense. but for the nervous system that works behind the scene, it does.

the worst wave usually brings the best  window, i bet in 2 or 3 months, you will feel a mile better.

if you are healthy enough, try to exercise. cardio work regulates hormones production and trains your nervous system to be more resilient to stress.

 

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
boymom

Hey all. trying to figure this forum stuff out. I have not made my introduction but I will. YES! I have been diagnosed with PMDD in this last year. I am 40. 4 yrs ago I was misdiagnosed as having a brain tumor and it caused me anxiety. duh. they put me on 25mg zoloft and I stayed on it for 3 yrs NC my doc said I would never be able to come off of them. that I was just "wired differently" than. other people. yeah he said that. anyway I weaned myself off super slowly even though doc told me I could have quit cold Turkey from such a low dose. yeah he said that too. 4 months later is when I literally felt like I was losing my mind. it was like postpartum depression with the thoughts. other than when I had ppd I had never experienced anything like this but this way about 100x worse. it was withdrawals and I knew it but my dr argued with me and made me feel crazy so in the name of doing anything for my family I went back on them. he wouldnt hear that these "swings" were happening worse from ovulation to menses and then disappeared for a week or so. I'm weaning from lexapro 10mg now. down from 20mg. didnt have suicidal thoughts until they upped the ssri. not alone 

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
wanttosurvive
On 12/31/2018 at 10:36 AM, wanttosurvive said:

Eleda,

 

Before WD I had never had PMS, like I had never had other weird symptoms of this unusual disease. I know it does not make sense now but although I had only taken the drugs for couple of months now I am paying the price for months and maybe years of suffering of my life. WD ruined my last 1,5 years. I am still semi-homebound, do not work, still live my parents. Although now I have regained my courage to live alone (I had lived alone for the last 8 years before WD) I can not move since I have financial problems. Now waiting for some time to heal much more in order to start to work again. 

 

In regard to premenstureal issues it is definitely changing. I do not know how it has happened. But at month 10, I was just like you. Suicidal, frustrated, confused... I do not understand, now again I am waiting my period, but I am better. I think since you are 9 months off drugs, the reason for increased symptoms is the common wave occuring at that time.

 

Take care🧡

 

 

Ladies Hi,

 

I am sorry but I have to update my recent situation, since I am now in terrible PMS again.

 

MY PERIOD IS LATE.

 

Moreover, 4 days ago a new wave hit. Current symptoms of the wave are as follows:

1. Nausea in the morning, terrible stomach pain in the afternoon and then

2. Increased brain fog

3. Headache,

4. Hot flushes (most probably this is because of PMS)

5. Cortisol awakening (Thanks God, it is much much better when compared with old days)

5. Unbearable morning anxiety

6. Pronounced edema in lips, chin, central face, hands, feet (edema is my WD symptom, but in general it is more pronounded in PMS)

7. Not suicidal but in extreme anger

8. Extreme lack of energy

9. Anhedonia

On the other hand, I got unconditional symptoms that I got everytime (tooth ache, pins and needles like sensation, jaw pain, etc....) this is about the wave. Maybe my period is late because of the wave, I do not know.

 

My tummy is 4-5 times bigger than the original.... as if I am a pregnant in her 3rd trimester. 

 

But I have good news, I did not get the following sypmtoms that I had in earlier months in PMS

1. Noise, light, motion sensitivity,

2. Dizziness

3. Muscle pain and joint pain (I got muscle and joint 15 days earlier, passed, I know will come again but I do not have now)

 

This was the update....But I am really sorry, although things are getting better, I am in torture now,  :(

 

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
xyz
On 1/8/2019 at 9:34 AM, wanttosurvive said:

 

 

This was the update....But I am really sorry, although things are getting better, I am in torture now,  :(

 

 

Hi WTS, sorry to hear that you have a bad one this month.

it was up and down for me for while then it steadied out now.

 

for the last 2 Pms it was mostly very bad cramp and feeling vulnerable. so a lot of progress.

i still get this "i wish i was gone" but then it passes.

 

don't worry too much, no days are the same.

keep living your life.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
wanttosurvive

Xyz, thank you for your kind support...

 

My period has just recently started...

But the wave continues in its extreme severity.... Indeed, I  must accept this, since I am only over 1 year off drugs. It is so unfair, but this is a brutal disease. 

 

On the other hand, in general I can easily say that if the period comes in a wave, it is awful, but if it comes in a window, it is more tolerable. Most probably, lots of the symptoms that I experience just merely linked with the wave...I do not know...

 

Best wishes...

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
Junglechicken

I'm also at the "magic 10 months off" Lexapro.

 

Just had a VERY heavy period which lasted 4-5 days.  It started on the 1st Jan.

 

Off the back of which I started having very painful cystitis symptoms.

 

GP said it was normal to be passing g blood in urine 12 days after my period started.

 

She said an inflamed womb can irritate the bladder, which I think is what is happening here.

 

We discussed the coil and oestrogen HRT to help reduce peri-menopause symptoms.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
wanttosurvive
23 minutes ago, Junglechicken said:

I'm also at the "magic 10 months off" Lexapro.

 

Just had a VERY heavy period which lasted 4-5 days.  It started on the 1st Jan.

 

Off the back of which I started having very painful cystitis symptoms.

 

GP said it was normal to be passing g blood in urine 12 days after my period started.

 

She said an inflamed womb can irritate the bladder, which I think is what is happening here.

 

We discussed the coil and oestrogen HRT to help reduce peri-menopause symptoms.

 

Hi Junglechicken,

I do not want to confuse you, but please think twice before starting HRT. Since we are so sensitive, even sensitivite to supplements, foods, exercise, anything that is indeed good for us, before starting any medication, we should carefully think about the outcomes. HRT may completely change your system, balance and your CNS may be quite easily affected. Hormones are closely linked with CNS. 

 

Take care,

 

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
Junglechicken
7 minutes ago, wanttosurvive said:

 

Hi Junglechicken,

I do not want to confuse you, but please think twice before starting HRT. Since we are so sensitive, even sensitivite to supplements, foods, exercise, anything that is indeed good for us, before starting any medication, we should carefully think about the outcomes. HRT may completely change your system, balance and your CNS may be quite easily affected. Hormones are closely linked with CNS. 

 

Take care,

 

 

It's ok WR, you're not confusing me.

 

I'm aware of the fragile link between hormones and CNS.

 

Just don't know what to do other than watch the diet, exercise and get enough rest.

 

These cystitis symptoms are so painful and awful.  

 

 

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
WarriorWomanLV
21 minutes ago, Junglechicken said:

 

It's ok WR, you're not confusing me.

 

I'm aware of the fragile link between hormones and CNS.

 

Just don't know what to do other than watch the diet, exercise and get enough rest.

 

These cystitis symptoms are so painful and awful.  

 

 

Hi Junglechicken, 

 

Try essential oils first and see if they're able to help.

 

During my acute withdrawal i was experiencing some painful cramps. Felt like i had cysts on my abdomen when i touched them, but they would go away in a few days. I recently had an ultrasound and they didn't find any cysts. I know this is probably different from cystitis, but they're worth a try. 

 

Anyway, the oils helped tremendously along with a heating pad. That was 2 cycles ago and it hasn't returned!  This could also just be temporary for you too so try the oils and heat pad first. Clarysage is a good oil and try to buy from high quality brands. 

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
wanttosurvive
6 minutes ago, Junglechicken said:

 

It's ok WR, you're not confusing me.

 

I'm aware of the fragile link between hormones and CNS.

 

Just don't know what to do other than watch the diet, exercise and get enough rest.

 

These cystitis symptoms are so painful and awful.  

 

 

I am just like you.....do not know what to do....

 

I can not take any supplement. No vitamin C, no omega3, no magnesium, no vitamin D, etc...

 

I am sensitive to lots of healthy foods.

 

But THANKS GOD, just recently seen some improvement in food sensitivity. 6 months earlier I could not eat any nuts, egg, sea food, butter, banana,... now I can eat small portions of these foods. But with caution.

 

Before WD, I was a supplement fan. I used to run, do heavy cardio and strenght workout, so used to take lots of vitamins. I used to eat 3 eggs in the mornings, tons of nuts as snacks, 2 portions of fish at lunch, drink 1-1,5 lt of kephir after workout,....these are only dreams for me now.

 

For the last 1,5 years, the only exercise I do is walking, if I can have the energy. Walking is a perfect exercise, if it is done regularly. But I am so tired that since the winter has come I do not walk regularly anymore. I know I am guilty about it...last week I found a gym just in the vicinity of the house, but believe me I have only gone twice and it was persuasion of my sister....

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
Junglechicken
7 minutes ago, WarriorWomanLV said:

Hi Junglechicken, 

 

Try essential oils first and see if they're able to help.

 

During my acute withdrawal i was experiencing some painful cramps. Felt like i had cysts on my abdomen when i touched them, but they would go away in a few days. I recently had an ultrasound and they didn't find any cysts. I know this is probably different from cystitis, but they're worth a try. 

 

Anyway, the oils helped tremendously along with a heating pad. That was 2 cycles ago and it hasn't returned!  This could also just be temporary for you too so try the oils and heat pad first. Clarysage is a good oil and try to buy from high quality brands. 

 

Hi Warrior woman,

 

I recently had a trans-vaginal ultrasound done and the only thing they found was a uterine fibroid.

 

Thank you for your suggestions to help ease the symptoms 👍

 

I'll re-instate my trusty hotwater bottle again, and painkillers.

 

Haven't tried essential oils below my neck so will give that a try too.

 

Maybe the pain is to do with my gut, I'm not sure.

 

TC,

JC

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
Junglechicken

Ladies, I'm now thinking 2 possibilities with these symptoms, as well as consulting Dr Google:

 

Endometriosis

Interstitial cystitis

 

I don't think it's bladder cancer, and I'm not sure about kidney stones as recently had a trans-vaginal ultrasound.

 

This is VERY painful, and I am on painkillers.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
xyz
On 1/13/2019 at 9:18 AM, Junglechicken said:

Ladies, I'm now thinking 2 possibilities with these symptoms, as well as consulting Dr Google:

 

Endometriosis

Interstitial cystitis

 

I don't think it's bladder cancer, and I'm not sure about kidney stones as recently had a trans-vaginal ultrasound.

 

This is VERY painful, and I am on painkillers.

don't google! 

i have really bad cramps right now, had to call in sick.

no energy whatesoever.

it is all withdrawal.

 

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
Junglechicken

I saw my GP on Monday.

 

Urine sample clear of blood and again no infection.

 

Symptoms were caused by peri-meno.

 

Next step is discussing HRT, although my preference is to explore the NATURAL route.

 

Also, elevated cortisol can cause peri-meno symptoms.

 

As can elevated blood sugar (don’t think this is an issue for me).

 

Both of the above need to be reduced.  Will discuss with her on 25th Jan.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
wanttosurvive
32 minutes ago, Junglechicken said:

I saw my GP on Monday.

 

Urine sample clear of blood and again no infection.

 

Symptoms were caused by peri-meno.

 

Next step is discussing HRT, although my preference is to explore the NATURAL route.

 

Also, elevated cortisol can cause peri-meno symptoms.

 

As can elevated blood sugar (don’t think this is an issue for me).

 

Both of the above need to be reduced.  Will discuss with her on 25th Jan.

 

Sounds it is only caused by WD. 

 

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
xyz
2 hours ago, Junglechicken said:

I saw my GP on Monday.

 

Urine sample clear of blood and again no infection.

 

Symptoms were caused by peri-meno.

 

Next step is discussing HRT, although my preference is to explore the NATURAL route.

 

Also, elevated cortisol can cause peri-meno symptoms.

 

As can elevated blood sugar (don’t think this is an issue for me).

 

Both of the above need to be reduced.  Will discuss with her on 25th Jan.

don't do HRT, try this DIM supplements

i spent hundred of dollars with a naturopath and she prescribed me DIM.

i am in peri as well. the progesterone is the first to decline. then you get into Estrogen Dominance that causes anxiety. difficulty to sleep...

so you need to supplement your liver to help it get rid of the excess of Estrogen.

 

HRT will only add more hormones to balance things out.

 

https://www.amazon.com/DIM-Supplement-BioPerine-Treatment-Inhibitor/dp/B006KL4TYG/ref=sr_1_1_a_it?ie=UTF8&qid=1547662116&sr=8-1&keywords=DIM&th=1

 

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
Junglechicken
3 hours ago, wanttosurvive said:

 

Sounds it is only caused by WD. 

 

 

Hi WR,

 

How can you be sure it's WD?

 

JC

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
Junglechicken
On 1/12/2019 at 7:06 PM, wanttosurvive said:

I am just like you.....do not know what to do....

 

I can not take any supplement. No vitamin C, no omega3, no magnesium, no vitamin D, etc...

 

I am sensitive to lots of healthy foods.

 

But THANKS GOD, just recently seen some improvement in food sensitivity. 6 months earlier I could not eat any nuts, egg, sea food, butter, banana,... now I can eat small portions of these foods. But with caution.

 

Before WD, I was a supplement fan. I used to run, do heavy cardio and strenght workout, so used to take lots of vitamins. I used to eat 3 eggs in the mornings, tons of nuts as snacks, 2 portions of fish at lunch, drink 1-1,5 lt of kephir after workout,....these are only dreams for me now.

 

For the last 1,5 years, the only exercise I do is walking, if I can have the energy. Walking is a perfect exercise, if it is done regularly. But I am so tired that since the winter has come I do not walk regularly anymore. I know I am guilty about it...last week I found a gym just in the vicinity of the house, but believe me I have only gone twice and it was persuasion of my sister....

 

Hi WanttoSurvive,

 

You have been VERY sensitive, which is difficult to live with.  I think it's because the body is overrun with inflammation.

 

I know what you mean re: the exercise.  Walking is my mode of exercise too these days.  Running and going to the gym as well as anything active meant I was Uber fit.

 

Alas, WD and middle age, as well as life's circumstances put an end to that but my goal is to run again.  

 

Don't stop going to the gym! Once you get into a routine your body will thank you for it.

 

Sounds like you are on your way !

 

JC

 

 

 

 

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
Junglechicken
3 hours ago, xyz said:

don't do HRT, try this DIM supplements

i spent hundred of dollars with a naturopath and she prescribed me DIM.

i am in peri as well. the progesterone is the first to decline. then you get into Estrogen Dominance that causes anxiety. difficulty to sleep...

so you need to supplement your liver to help it get rid of the excess of Estrogen.

 

HRT will only add more hormones to balance things out.

 

https://www.amazon.com/DIM-Supplement-BioPerine-Treatment-Inhibitor/dp/B006KL4TYG/ref=sr_1_1_a_it?ie=UTF8&qid=1547662116&sr=8-1&keywords=DIM&th=1

 

 

Thank you xyz,

 

I'll talk to my naturopath and see what she says.

 

Apparently Amazon doesn't ship it to the UK.

 

JC

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
wanttosurvive
15 hours ago, Junglechicken said:

 

Hi WR,

 

How can you be sure it's WD?

 

JC

 

Hi JC,

 

Why I am sure??? I am sure becuase this overall inflammation hits almost every organ. when it hits it is characterized by pain and edema. 

For example: my poor stomach is the second mostly affected organ with WD after than the brain. stomach pain is almost constant symptom for me. no drug eases this pain, I have taken and tried every drug. but I am also a gastric surgery survivor. that means my stomach is smaller than the original. so when this pain comes,  my stomach becomes more smaller. I feel it I know it. How? I can barely eat at those times because of constant reflux. but when wave is over and my stomach discomfort eases for sometime, reflux is over. and at those days I can hardly touch my abdominal area, it becomes so tender. it also happens for my other body organs. for example intestine. when I have intestinal pain, bloating, constipation (these are all because of WD, I am sure about it), I can hardly touch the area above my intestinal area. also it is true for ear ache, tooth ache, sinus problems. all these body tissues get inflammated. and the outcomes are pain and edema. 

 

also your tests are okey....

 

Best wishes, hugs ❤️

 

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
wanttosurvive
14 hours ago, Junglechicken said:

 

Hi WanttoSurvive,

 

You have been VERY sensitive, which is difficult to live with.  I think it's because the body is overrun with inflammation.

 

I know what you mean re: the exercise.  Walking is my mode of exercise too these days.  Running and going to the gym as well as anything active meant I was Uber fit.

 

Alas, WD and middle age, as well as life's circumstances put an end to that but my goal is to run again.  

 

Don't stop going to the gym! Once you get into a routine your body will thank you for it.

 

Sounds like you are on your way !

 

JC

 

 

 

 

 

I am so grateful for your support...  :)

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Join the conversation

You can post now and register later. If you have an account, sign in now to post with your account.
Note: Your post will require moderator approval before it will be visible.

Guest
Reply to this topic...

×   Pasted as rich text.   Paste as plain text instead

  Only 75 emoji are allowed.

×   Your link has been automatically embedded.   Display as a link instead

×   Your previous content has been restored.   Clear editor

×   You cannot paste images directly. Upload or insert images from URL.


×
×
  • Create New...

Important Information

Terms of Use Privacy Policy