The holidays were rough. I didn’t have a whole lot of energy, I was adjusting to the low-dose naltrexone I just began at the end of the Fall (though I am up to a compounded 3mg currently) and I had a double procedure two days before Christmas, which spun out to a couple weeks of recovery.

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Still no cancer, no bacterial infections or exposure, and still Gastroparesis running the show. I lost another 10lbs in this last month, but my mucosa seemed to have improved from my last Endoscopy and my Naturopaths at Revolution Health were pleased with the progress. I am still extremely frustrated and disappointed with the VA but this is not the space for that frustration. It does directly affect my ability to be well and diminishes my confidence in competent + compassionate care from this terminally broken system. I am incredibly grateful for extremely professional and personal care that I am receiving from my medical team at Revolution Health and with Dr. Leeann Rosckowff.

My word for 2016 is Celebrate — I don’t want my spirit to waste away like my body is so I am determined to celebrate as much as 2016 (and this body) allows.
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It’s a new year, I have a new treatment plan that includes heavy metal detoxing, 3 months of a homeopathic chelation protocol before potentially 24 weeks of IV Chelation, unless a repeat heavy metals test or HIDA scan says other wise.

Hanging in here as much as I can, reminding myself that there is a light at the end of the tunnel, even if it is Thanksgiving and we’re still in the second week of January…