Feeling stronger

Wednesday, November 14, 2012

This week started rough for me. I was down on myself with the whole eating thing and I was feeling crappy physically. I started my period almost a whole week just was not going well for me. And since then, I am just spotting and in a ton of pain. I have fibroids in my uterus and they are super painful. I am hoping to have surgery in the spring after I get my tax return. Our insurance requires me to pay $2000 of the surgery. :( And my plantar fasciitis is starting to act up pretty bad again. So needless to say, I was getting really frustrated. But last night I still pushed myself and went to the gym anyway. I decided that I can just start using the bike for awhile since walking on the treadmill hurts. And as my body clears out the gluten and dairy again, the inflammation in my body will go down and hopefully my feet will feel better. I did good with eating yesterday and planned well for today. So because I made these adjustments things feel better. And I have pain meds so I am taking them today to help so I can function normally even with the stupid fibroids.

Definitely feeling stronger mentally, and that means that physically I will bounce back as well.
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    Yep, eating right and getting some exercise in will definitely help.
    3099 days ago
    Take one day at a time... We all have days when we may lose focus or our bodies need more rest... That is great you are feeling stronger mentally, it will help you to get stronger physically emoticon emoticon emoticon
    3099 days ago
  • CYALE76
    Dont be so hard on yourself, we all have bad eating days, what happened earlier this week is over. Let it go and move on, emoticon I'm glad you are feeling stronger mentally. I hope you physically feel better soon too. emoticon emoticon
    3100 days ago
    emoticon on finding something that will work for you now and on your food plan. emoticon
    3100 days ago
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