#24: Miss Diagnoses – Cartoonist and Author of “The Miss Diagnoses Blog” has to hide her identity because of Lyme

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This bio is pulled directly from Miss Diagnoses’ blog.

I’ve spent the last few years learning to cope with pain and and not dealing with the root causes. Coping with pain takes a lot of time and money: acupuncture, physical therapy, osteopathy—you name it, I’ve tried it.

I have lots of brain fog, yet I need to research; this is one of the reasons I started this blog. I spent the last few years being too depressed to do anything at all. Now I want to find others who share my illnesses or relate to me, and to tell the crazy stories of my life, because life with chronic illness is truly crazy!

Although I just got a Lyme diagnosis, 2014 was the first year (since my low point in 2009-2010) that I felt my health was improving. I hope I’m not jinxing things by saying that. It’s a long, slow road, but I hope I continue to get better.

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