Let’s Talk About Me Feeling Better…..Part 1


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First, I want to say, I’m not cured of anything.  Nothing is gone completely.  I still have all my Meniere’s, and it’s symptoms.  I’m still deaf, with cochlear implants.  I still have Migraines.  I still have Cluster Headaches.  I’m still Bipolar. I still have Fructose Malabsorption.  I still have all of my chronic illnesses.  I am still disabled  I just don’t have some of the symptoms as severe as I did 3 months ago.  Truthfully, I am living a life that I didn’t think was imaginable 3 months ago, and in this series I’ll talk about some of the reasons I now think it is possible.

There have been a number of things that have contributed to me feeling better and I think it’s time that I laid them all out there for you.  I haven’t revealed everything before for a couple of reasons.  One, I was…

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Mr. Caswell has been composing poetry at least since High School. He has been on WORD PRESS for ten years and contributes to two other blogs beside this one. This blog has a Christian emphasis but all bloggers are welcome. Mr. Caswell chooses to---with permission--re[post material of interest

4 thoughts on “Let’s Talk About Me Feeling Better…..Part 1

  1. wendy

    just wanted to chime in here. I don’t feel my doctors gave me a medicine that wasn’t necessary when I was prescribed it. I really needed it! I had a lumbar puncture that showed I had high cerebral spinal fluid pressure. I was having massive headaches due to this pressure. The medication really helped.
    There was no way to tell I stopped needing it. What my body did is very rare, kind of unheard of. If I hadn’t accidentally found out I didn’t need it, it would have taken a long time to discover what was wrong. I wouldn’t have blamed my doctors for this.
    When I first discovered that I didn’t have a headache when I didn’t take it, I should have called my doctor and gone off of the medicine with supervision. Going off of that drug could have been dangerous if my CSF pressure had still been high.

    But I’m glad I don’t need it, and hope I continue to not need it….ever!


    1. Jonathan Caswell Post author

      I’m not blaming the doctors either.they do the best they can. Just happy your body did what it did and you could get off the stuff for a while. as someone has said…The Lord works in mysterious ways His wonders to perform! May I rejoice with you? 🙂


      1. wendy

        Yes please…Rejoice with me!!

        I have just been so afraid I might encourage people to go off their medication without medical supervision. I’m paranoid about it I think. forgive me.

        But please, yes, Rejoice with me that I am feeling better, and not having to take this medicine anymore….hopefully forever!


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