My Health: From Rags to Riches

Disclaimer: This is a story of personal experience. Please do not use my experiences to take the place of professional advice from a medical doctor. If you are ill, before attempting to use natural cures to heal, please talk to your doctor first. Please stay on your medication. Weaning off medication, fasting, and dieting should only be done under the supervision of a medical doctor. Please take responsibility for your own health and choices. Thank you. 

I was chronically ill between the years of 2001 and 2014. I wasn’t able to leave my house often because I had a lot of trouble walking. In 2006, they found pre-cancerous cells in my uterus and I needed a D & C. In 2007, I had pituitary brain surgery with a diagnosis of Cushings Disease. In 2008, I had my gallbladder removed. In 2009, I had an emergency anal surgery (due to A perirectal abscess) and sepsis. The doctor said without surgery (because of the sepsis) I would die. It had gotten pretty bad. I was in so much pain, I was taking around 12 vicodin a day and it didn’t do much for the pain. I had been screaming, whaling and crying in pain non-stop and I rarely cry from pain. I had a high fever, was vomiting and had fecal incontinence. In 2010, I had to have the same surgery again since it had come back in the form of a fistula. And once again, in 2012, I had to have anal surgery again.

I had to go to see a doctor at least once or twice every two weeks. I was on so many medications I can’t even count. I used to take my meds out of a huge box with pills. Medication for physical problems and also for depression, anxiety and insomnia.

My depression had gotten so bad once, I was very close to committing suicide. Fritz saved my life. I wouldn’t be here right now if it weren’t for him. I also often took drug overdoses due to not being able to handle certain triggers. Once I was on such a bad drug and alcohol overdose that I couldn’t even walk to go to the bathroom. Fritz had to walk me were I needed to go. He has been through hell with me.

Why am I telling you all of this? Because I came out the other end of it all. How did I do it? Between all the surgeries and all the medication, I found conventional medicine was not working for me. I did not get better until I weaned off ALL of my medication and changed my diet and my beliefs. I was DESPERATE and sick of being sick.

The below are all the ailments I had and I got rid of them all by myself through alternative natural medicine and through eating better and by using mineralized distilled water to replace tap water. I had to walk away from conventional medicine all together to save my life.

Diabetes (insulin and drug dependent): NUKED
Reoccuring perirectal abscesses necessitating surgeries almost every year: NUKED.
GERD: NUKED
Fibromyalgia: NUKED in two weeks
MRSA (boils) I had for 13 years (usually around 2-6 at a time causing immobility and fevers): NUKED
Arthritis in 3 parts of my body my doctor said was irreversible: NUKED. Arthritis IS reversible!
Painful bowel movements: NUKED.
Constant headaches (at one point I had been taking 18 excedrin per day): NUKED.
Chronic fatigue since my 20’s: NUKED.
Insomnia since childhood: NUKED.
Social anxiety, frequent rage attacks, suicide ideation, prescription drug overdose, and the worst of depression: NUKED.
Urinary incontinence since my mid 20’s: NUKED.
Hypothyroid: NUKED.
Severe heat intolerance: NUKED.

Based on my own experience, NOTHING was “irreversible”. I still have a problem with restless legs because I have yet to deal with some issues of my past that is causing them. I am obese, but I am fine with that. I will let go of the weight when I do! The last time I lost 132 pounds, the weight came off too fast and I went into rebound. Not doing that again! I don’t worry about it. Rather, I celebrate what I have recovered from. I have a brand new outlook on life. I have accomplished a lot and hope to inspire others. The message is you don’t have to suffer. There is hope if you have an open mind and don’t mind taking risks. I am not afraid of making mistakes, I am not afraid of being wrong, and I am not afraid of death. I am more afraid of being dead while still alive. I am getting my life back everyday as I continue my self-work.

 

 

 

 

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