It seems silly in retrospect, but one of the things that took me longest to integrate into my daily experience with Lyme disease was simple devices that would increase my mobility, strength, memory, and so on. Many of these things are inexpensive or even free, and all of them helped to reduce the impact of… Continue reading Assistive Technology — don’t forget to use it!
It's been a while since I made an entry in this blog, though I often think of things I'd like to write about. A big reason for this is that I've been trying very hard to return to my working life (somewhat unsuccessfully). As a result I cut out from my day everything that isn't… Continue reading Up and down, up and down
Lyme disease is multi-faceted because the lyme spirochete can attack different systems in the body. Typically, the longer someone is infected, the further it progresses, though there is no guarantee as to the order in which different types of symptoms will occur. In my case, because there was no known tick bite or acute onset… Continue reading More diagnosis … which stage was I in?