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July 10, 2010

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Manise

Oh Teyani! How awful! I was worked up over a period of a year or more for a mystery illness too many years ago and in the end other than a medicine to blame nothing was found. In the process one starts to feel a bit crazy if others haven't already intimated the same. A very humiliating thing. Sending healing thoughts and fingers crossed for feeling better at the very least. Just curious: have you been worked up for parasites etc... Have been watching stuff on TV about this and some have bizarre symptoms that baffle all medical profs.

sprite

I'm sorry to hear how sick you've been (and what idiots some of your doctors have been), but am tremendously glad to hear that you've found a good and competent doctor who has put you on medicines that seem to be helping. I hope the recovery continues and that you're soon feeling like your old self.

You'll be in my thoughts...

Carole

It's quite a journey you've been on - and I hadn't realized that it's been over a year. I'm so sorry you've been suffering this much and I really really hope that this medicine does the trick.

margene

My dear friend! Our bodies are so mysteries and it's amazing the symptoms and problems we'll put up with for the long haul. All you can do when you don't know the answer is to put one foot in front of the other. You've been doing that without fail. May the answer soon be revealed and may you soon find yourself back to the bright being you are. You deserve to be all you know you can be. Much love and care sent your way.
Margene

Chris

Oh, I'm hoping along with you that this does the trick! It is so, so frustrating to go on and on without a diagnosis, when you KNOW that something is very, very wrong.

Going through things like that, drawn out struggles, always makes me think of the song "This Year" by the Mountain Goats. The video's bizarre, but...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fYCzDhaRV60

Julie

I hope this latest round does the trick, and you recover. I have enjoyed reading your blog.
Julie

Laurie

I love the image of you singing to the hydrangea.

There is so much that medical science doesn't understand. I am relieved that there is something that seems to be working on your symptoms. Boy am I crossing my fingers for you.

Vicki

Thinking of you and wishing you health and wellness.

coach suitcase

Just for today I will be unafraid. Especially I will not be afraid to enjoy what is beautiful,and to believe that as I give to the world, so the world will give to me.

Robin

I'm sure this has been so frustrating for you. One wonders how you can be so sick and feel so rotten but yet all the tests come back normal. Will keep you in my thoughts and hope that you feel better very soon!

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