Share a Fibromyalgia Update

Share a fibromyalgia update

This article is to share a fibromyalgia update is on my own experience since February, 2013 when I made my last post. I’ve discovered a few things or perhaps I should say rediscovered a few things about fibromyalgia that hadn’t been plaguing me for quite a while. That’s why I decided to share a fibromyalgia […] Read more »

Round Eczema or Discoid Eczema

 Round eczema is really quite common.  It’s more common in men than women and affects approximately 2 out of 1,000 individuals. It’s also most common in people in their 50’s and 60’s. This eczema can also be referred to as dermatitis which means a general term for inflammation of the skin. Also called discoid eczema […] Read more »

Fibromyalgia Flare Up and Prayer

Importance of Faith

Fibromyalgia flare up. As those of you who have been following this site know, I usually try to stay to a medical or health topic.  Once in a while, however, I think it’s a good thing to let you into my mind and heart.  I think this is especially true when you might wonder if […] Read more »

Fibromyalgia and Foot Pain

Fibromyalgia and foot pain; well I’ll be. I woke up about a week ago and could hardly step on my left foot. It felt like all the tendons had been pulled and beat on clear from my arch to under the toe next to my little one. My first thought was, holy cow! Now what […] Read more »

Nutri Bullet Review

Nutri Bullet ads have been on TV for some time now. Our son and his family have one and they kept giving rave reviews about it. Finally, about a month ago. Our son made us one of their super smoothies. All he did is put in frozen berries and a little bit of milk. It […] Read more »

Low Red Blood Cells

helpful hints for fibromyalgia pain

  What causes low red blood cells? From what I’ve been told several things can cause this condition. My husband has recently been diagnosed with this. Here are some conditions that pertain to low red blood cells. Myelosuppression – a decrease in the production of blood cells. Pancytopenia – a lowering of all three types […] Read more »

Crohn’s Disease Management

Crohn’s disease management is a topic that is near and dear to the individuals that have this particular disease. When I was diagnosed in 1978 management options weren’t that many. We relied on sulfa drugs, steroids, and whatever diet management worked at the time. As a result I lost over 40 pounds in three months. […] Read more »

Preventing Dry Eyes

Life in the 1500's

Preventing dry eyes is a full time job for some of us.  There are many things that can cause dry eyes so it might take some trial and error to figure out the cause. Just because you have dry eyes doesn’t mean you have something serious going on but it’s important that you have your […] Read more »

Traveling With an Ostomy

Traveling with an Ostomy

Traveling with an ostomy isn’t much different than traveling without one.  You just need to make sure you go prepared. First, and maybe most important, make sure you have twice the amount of appliances you usually use packed.  No matter how you travel keep at least one emergency appliance with you at all times.  Keep […] Read more »

Thin and Brittle Nails

Thin and brittle nails

Thin and brittle nails have been becoming a problem for me the past two to three months.  They rip and break very easily and I can’t figure out why.  Let’s see if we can come up with a reason for this to be happening. I work in a restaurant and am constantly washing and drying […] Read more »