Just Lynn

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almost painless

Written By: witchypo - Nov• 27•14

Something’s happened that I don’t want to forget.

Around the cusp of October and November, a couple of things were going on. I’d been forcing myself to take it easy for my body’s sake and my boss finally assigned a couple of guys to help with one of the nastiest (heaviest) chores of my day. I also started using Votaren Emugel on anything that hurt and drinking mushroom tea. The big one, though, was that I passed out while shopping, likely because I hadn’t eaten enough that day and my blood sugar dropped.

Of course, I’d had a similar incident back in the early ’90’s before I found out I’m hypoglycemic, but I still checked in with Dr. Dreamy – just in case – and then started keeping a close eye on my body for a bit.

At first, all I noticed was that I was particularly tired all the time, but a week or so after passing out I noticed that the ever present pain I’ve dealt with for the last couple of years seemed suddenly to have diminished. Then, over the next week or two, it kept lessening and lessening to the point that I’m now only getting the odd cramp or ache.

Was it the mushroom tea? The Voltaren? The rest? I’m not sure, but the burning sensations I was getting in my arms and legs seems to have almost disappeared and I’m sleeping better than I have in ages. In fact, its almost like my whole body’s been ‘reset’, and I don’t know if it had anything to do with passing out or not, but it feels like that event was like a computer reboot.

Now, I’m getting through my days with the normal aches and pains of a 48 year old woman and I couldn’t be happier! May sound odd, but I’m so grateful I feel like telling the world.

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