(Closed) FH made me cry tonight

posted 8 years ago in Emotional
Post # 17
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Bumble bee
  • Wedding: August 2015

@goingtotherooftopoflove:  What a great guy!  I have fibro, too, so I know how it is.  Sometimes my Fiance will admit how much he worries about me and wishes there were something he could do to take all the pain away.  I don’t need anyone to worry about me, but it’s great to hear how much he cares.

Post # 18
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Busy bee

@goingtotherooftopoflove:  

that is just the sweetest, a wonderful example of the truest of loves! My mom has fibro and she is such a friggin trooper but I know how awful it can get! Do you happen to get b12 injections? My mom said it made a world of difference for her pain and energy level (she also has chronic fatigue)

 

Post # 20
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Busy bee

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@goingtotherooftopoflove:  was it the injections you tried or just taking an increased dose of the pills? I hope it makes a difference the second time around

Post # 21
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Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: July 2011

Aww he is such a sweetie! Good choice honey!

Post # 22
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Helper bee
  • Wedding: September 2014

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@WillowTreeWade:  jumping in to say that if you can absorb the vitamin orally, i would personally recommend it over the injections. i can’t absorb the vitamin orally, so i have the choice between injections or nasal spray. i cant stand nasal sprays, so i do injections once or twice every week. it really takes a toll on my body, especially because my nerves are more sensitive than they once were. i’ll be bruised for a week at least from injecting on any part of my body, and often get knots. i actually can’t inject in my arms anymore because they are so sore from past injections (my last one in my arm was in august, and the site still aches here and there). 

just my $.02!

Post # 24
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Busy bee
  • Wedding: June 2014

Yes jokes help. I always bust on myself. For example..when life gives you lemons, you get Lyme. Ha the doctors are always laughing at that one. I see so many docs that I’m sick of it now. Having an invisible illness does suck. I used to host hiking tours in my area. Ya now I spend my days trying to figure out how to make it all go away. I refer to my Lyme as my Jedi fraggles. They travel at the speed of light to chip away at new exciting parts of me. Laugh or cry is right. I wish you all luck.

Post # 25
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Helper bee
  • Wedding: August 2015

I can totally relate to this story, the same happened to me, I have a severe allergy which has actually caused my organs to not function as they should, needless to see the past 6 months have been awful.  I’ve been going out once a week at most (mainly to dr appointments) because I’ve felt ill all the time.  I’ve also had a few cases in which I couldn’t breathe (liquid surpressing my lungs) and all in all, I’ve felt… miserable.  I’ve kept quite positive but it isn’t easy!  My FH has totally proved himself time and time again and I am so blessed! He said the exact same thing that he would give anything to swap places if he could.  He has been a total rock and even though we might have to postpone our wedding (hopefully we won’t have to but it is definitely a possibility) it has just made me absolutely sure that I want to marry this guy!

I’m really sorry you are going through all of this and I hope that you get better really soon! I am sure you deserve such a great guy!

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