A Most Embarrassing Thing

4 thoughts on “A Most Embarrassing Thing”

  1. When I first started reading this post, my immediate thought was “why doesn’t she go see a doctor?” But as you’ve outlined, it isn’t so easy – something I obviously take for granted here in Canada. While I can’t relate to the issue, I’m glad you’ve found “your people” and hope you get everything sorted out at some point.


    1. Yeah here in the USA it’s not so easy at all to just go to the doctor. I can’t exactly afford insurance and get any sort of help requires you to jump through a bunch of hoops. I have tried though but I live in a magical income bracket that puts me slightly above poverty line, thus I don’t qualify for state help, but I don’t make enough to afford decent insurance on my own. I am looking at making some cutbacks or finding ways to make more money so I can get some help and figure out what is wrong with me. Thank you.


  2. Do you eat gluten? I’m not a doctor but many of us are gluten intolerant and it affects our digestion and can cause these symptoms too. You should look into it if you haven’t already. Good vibes!


    1. It’s funny you mention that because that’s what I thought at first too. I put myself on a gluten free diet, just to see what would happen, and I actually experience the symptoms a lot less but they still do come and go. I am starting to think there is more going on in my gut.


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