It's been about 2 years now since I had a major relapse (meaning weeks and weeks of more severe symptoms). This is huge -- it means that I am willing to take risks like signing up for a work trip, taking on something larger at work, and being more responsible for things at home without a… Continue reading Life without major relapses
First some news -- I am happy to say that I am no longer suffering from constant headaches, have less dizziness, am not totally soaked when I wake up (though still sweaty) and generally seem to be improving. I still tend to need either an early bed time or a nap or both and have… Continue reading Feeling better and a few firsts
I can't believe it's been over a month since I last wrote in ... I certainly haven't forgotten about this blog or having Lyme disease, but as an academic the beginning of the semester always rolls over me in waves leaving little time to step back and reflect. Fall is especially bad because there are… Continue reading Off antibiotics!
I have entered another two month’s worth of numbers into my stats program and analyzed them. I had my best month ever in June, and it is easily visible in the chart included below. I had many days with only one or two symptoms, and felt much better, than I have since I became ill.… Continue reading Running the Numbers (June/July, 2009)
I have entered another two month’s worth of numbers into my stats program and analyzed them. Of note is the fact that I was apparently hyperthyroid in Feb/March (and maybe before that) but went into remission in April. I'm gaining back my weight now, which apparently was caused at least partly by that. I've created… Continue reading Running the Numbers (Apr/May 2009)
I expect this will become an (approximately) monthly post as long as I am still in treatment. I have entered another month's worth of numbers into my stats program and analyzed them. This month is of note because I switched meds half way through --Penicillin was begun March 13th. At that time, Zithromax, Mepron, and… Continue reading Running the numbers (March 2009)