Tuesday, August 9, 2016


... and of course the blood tests say there is nothing wrong with me, regardless of the fact my hands tremour with tiredness and i feel like i am on the verge of passing out half the time, bah!

I am going to drink some wine and ruminate on the injustices of science!

(I'm maybe a little bit anemica, but nothing much and doc betrayed surprise that my cholesteral was fine - ha!)


  1. Exercise and cutting carbs cured me of my constant lethargy.

    Of course, yours could be completely unrelated. Just thought I'd throw it out for consideration.

  2. Had started with cutting carbs. Then tried not to eat so much red meat. Then moved on to attempting to incorporate more green things. Lately cant be bothered at all and am doing well to have toast, sigh.

  3. I wouldnt be fussing (lie), but i keep worrying i will crash my scooter.

  4. No, being tired and lethargic all the time is fucking miserable. I know.

    When I was fat, all I wanted to do was lay around, watch movies, and eat junk. But the more I did that, the fatter I got, and the more I didn't want to do anything else.

    I know that probably sounds accusatory, but it's not meant to. I'm just putting forward my own experience in the hope that it might be useful. The point is that it's easy to get into a self-perpetuating downward spiral that's hard to get out of.

    You ever find a form of exercise you could do with the arthritis?

  5. No offense taken :) its just its different tiredness to normal tiredness. Last time i felt like this i had bronchitis, but nary a cough in site. Might be the beginnings of an arthritis flare up?

    Bike riding was okay, but i am saving up to get bike frame without the bar across and the low dip, so i can get on and off without falling over, lol.

    But mostly i am spending money vet bills so far this year

  6. Sigh. Fatigue is probably my most debilitating symptom from MS. Tired to the point of nausea is no fun. I hope you find a reason and a solution for yours.