Purpose of this blog
I have such a response to my post on my other blog. I have heard from so many women who have had similar experiences-to a greater or lesser extent. With every women I come in contact with I am amazed at how many of us are out there.
Starting this blog was suggested to me and after thinking about it, I think it is needed. A single place where we can all share our stories. Share our problems. Let each other know what is working for us, and then one day help the medical community find the answer to why and hopefully help.
As I receive stories, updates, and info that I find or are given I will post them here. If you have anything to share you can email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Please become a follow if you have had, are having, or know someone who has had this problem.
Wednesday, November 24, 2010
Happy Thanksgiving and I'm hive free
Happy Thanksgiving to all my blog stockers and followers. My son is now 18 months old (almost 19months). I haven't been nursing for almost 9 months now and I don't have hives, my chronic hives are gone. I've stopped taking my medication and I am doing great. I've lost 30 lbs and we're considering trying to have baby 2, but we'll see when that happens. I hope that those of you out there who are suffering are talking to your doctors and talking to other women. I was not aware of this problem until it happened to me. I have been surprise at how many women are out there that suffer from this. There could be many different causes of this and each women's body is different. But overall it is more common than the medical community is aware of. Talk about it! Let your doctors know the problem is still going, when it stopped. Keep records -when, how often, changes you made to diet before and after, stress levels. All these things will help when we finally get someone's attention and they start researching it. Good Luck to all of you out there.