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Finally an answer and a new journey

Wednesday, January 11, 2012

After countless years of pain and my whole body slowly falling to pieces I finally have a name for what I have been going through. The celiacs was one peice but I finally found the missing piece, fibromyaslia. It is still hard to get my head around still but to speak it makes it real and I finally have hope because I know what is happening. Now begins the New Journey!! It was a rough road to get this answer now the road to figure out what is best for my body is here. I know it will be long but a long road with hope is much better then the endless journey that I just finished! Here I go. :0)
Kara
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  • v 2MILESADAY
    Miss you too Nat! It is a sigh of relief to know what is going on and I feel so positive about moving forward!
    1653 days ago
  • v MRS.NG.06
    oh sweetie, how horrible that is has taken this long to figure out!! Now that you "know" what it is, I am glad you can move forward with managing it...and your body can heal and be healthy once again! *HUGS* miss you!
    1653 days ago
  • v 2MILESADAY
    Thank You Cassie!
    1659 days ago
  • v CASSIE-O
    Just talking about and learning is the first step. You can do this. It is not an easy road and it will always be there, but you can do it. learning and trying a few things at a time will be the best. But remember after a while you know what is best for you body. You can learn when it might be worse and things that will affect you.

    One step at a time. That is how I take each day. And try to make each day the best you can no matter what. Always try and find something positive about it. No matter how small and simple it may be. Don't always look to the pain and the bad. A good attitude can help tons.
    1661 days ago
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