Final Day of Treatment

What a difference a day makes...or maybe a month! ~ Today was my final day of intensive IV therapy. I feel so much better and am thankful for the opportunity I had to receive these treatments. ~ I will have a protocol that I need to follow at home for the next 6 months. The … Continue reading Final Day of Treatment

8 Hour Treatment Days

How does a girl get through 8 hour treatment days?!?!...with an amazing support system. ❤️ ~ Shout out to my parents who flew me to Florida for a one day doctor appointment that turned into a month. My mom stayed with me and sat by my chair everyday during IV infusions, brought me lunch, ran … Continue reading 8 Hour Treatment Days

Day 21…IV Treatments

Treatments are going well. I continue to see improvements in my health everyday. Sitting in a chair while tied to an IV pole for 8 hours a day makes for a long day. The doctor is wonderful and will drop everything at a moments notice to help with any bumps in the road. ~ My … Continue reading Day 21…IV Treatments

Vibrations, a Magraine, and Pain…OH MY!!! (Day 12)

The past week has been a roller coaster of a journey with hours spent each day at the doctors office hooked up to an IV pole. I’ve had moments of feeling better and moments of not feeling well at all. The doctor says week three of treatment is typically the week patients begin to feel … Continue reading Vibrations, a Magraine, and Pain…OH MY!!! (Day 12)

Day 9 of Treatment Protocol

Day 9 of treatment. Thankful today for my parents who are sacrificing so much to make these treatments in Florida possible. Also thankful for a surprise visit from Comfort Dog Sterling's PawPrints and Harry and Hilary and Hilary’s sweet Mom for a Thanksgiving feast at our favorite diner here. ❤️ As days progress, my treatments … Continue reading Day 9 of Treatment Protocol

IV Treatments

To effectively treat lyme disease, you must address all related co-infections and build up your immune system. This is a long process but necessary for successful treatment. Its resistance to antibiotics, traditional treatments, and natural treatments is what makes chronic Lyme Disease difficult to treat. Today marks Day 3 of my intensive one month treatment … Continue reading IV Treatments

Road to Recovery

It has been an overwhelming last few days with doctor appointments, additional testing, lab work and canceled airline flights. After consulting with the doctor, we have decided the best course of action is to begin treatment so I may get back home to my family as soon as possible and feel well again. ~ I … Continue reading Road to Recovery

Searching for the Magic Bullet…

Lyme disease is one of the fastest growing infectious diseases in the country and one of the most difficult to diagnose. I would never thought a label of Lyme Disease would be smacked on my forehead - and when it was, I didn’t really understand the reality. This epidemic is a growing threat that cannot … Continue reading Searching for the Magic Bullet…

When the Smile Fades

This photo was snapped just moments after spending the morning with my daughter and niece at a fashion show. We had a blast walking the runway and looking at all the fall fashion trends. ~ Fast forward to two hours later and my smile had faded. Pain and fatigue busted down the doors and once … Continue reading When the Smile Fades