Some providers are good at partnering with SEID/CFS patients to design a treatment plan, others not so good. But whether or not you have a working relationship with your provider, you are the one who will manage your SEID/CFS on a daily basis. You are the one who will keep a daily health log – no groaning please. You are the one who will observe your patterns. You are the one who will need to be a lab rat. You are the one who will oversee your personal case study of one.
To be successful, you need to keep evaluating. SEID/CFS is your diagnosis. OK – accept it. You’re in a waste basket diagnosis that includes many possible diseases which currently are unknown. So which one do you have? What’s your version of SEID/CFS? As you begin to treat the most severe symptoms, you will start to see clearer patterns. Some symptoms will fade and lesser ones will become more noticeable. Clues will appear. Pay attention and keep evaluating. Are you monitoring your patterns? Are you beginning to understand your version of SEID/CFS? Please COMMENT on this blog or Send in your thoughts and I’ll post them with your permission. You can use the Contact Form or send an email to Martha at DefeatCFS dot net. And Guest Blogs are most welcome!
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Be Well Again,