I think adventures in allergy treatments sounds a little better than “Endonasal Balloon Therapy” (really, I just got tired of typing it). It at least sounds a bit more fun.
Okay, it’s been a full week since starting the nasal adjustments. Today was the second treatment, which went much faster and more smoothly than last week. My chiro was happy to hear that I am documenting the results I’m having, both good and bad.
I missed a few days of posting, heading down to SF for the A’s v. Giants game, seeing Brave and seeing my love.
Okay, today is going to be a short update.
Okay, an update for day 2 of the sinus experiment.
How I miss you.
Justin had asked if I had tested my gluten = pain theory. I haven’t. I’ll be honest, I’m really afraid to.
Okay, so I still haven’t been very good about updating the blog! I need to stick with it, partly because of an “experiment” I’ve been doing on myself. Read More
Back in July, while perusing causes.com (about the same time as my last post, yikes!), I found contact information for a woman named Christine Gould, who is trying to create a quilt for gastroparesis awareness. My brother, Jesse, lived with GP for about half of his life. Christine also has GP.
I had sent her an email back in July, not certain if the quilt project was over with or if she was even still working on it. I didn’t really think much of it after sending the email, as I didn’t get a response. Christine finally responded in October, having been down and out for quite some time due to her illness.
She currently only has 11 quilt squares, but would love to have more so she can move forward with the project.
I know many of you had never met Jesse, have not met Christine, nor had met Kim (a friend of Jesse’s who passed away in 2010 and suffered from GP as well), but I think it would be awesome (and encouraging) if we could try to get as many quilt squares as possible together for Christine’s project.
Here are the guidelines provided by Christine: