Yay! Once I publish this update, I’ll finally be caught up on my back log of Infusio updates! Most of August was spent working on a report for school and finishing up my work with my first practice client. I plan to share what’s been going on around the homestead within a week or so. It’s been a summer full of learning!
My sister-in-law Emily reached her 6 month after Infusio milestone at the end of May and traveled to Beverly Hills for her follow up. Here’s what she shared with our family back in July:
Treatment dates: November 9, – November 20, 2015
You’re probably wondering what I’ve been up to with my health. I wanted to know more facts before sharing my progress. For six months I had to wait. Wait for those tiny baby stem cells to infiltrate my body and replace the dying or dead ones. Now it’s time to share.
Going to Germany last year was a fantastic experience and extremely helpful in my remission from Lyme Disease. Recently, I have been to Infusio’s LA clinic for a follow-up. The results are encouraging.
My immune system seems be able to act more efficient. The Lyme, Bartonella, and Babesia, which has wreaked havoc on my system for the past 23 years, has been controlled. It is not gone yet, but they haven’t done anymore damage and some of my symptoms have been resolved.
Let’s start off with some of those major symptoms:
Fatigue. It’s still there, but drastically improved and still improving. In Germany, my energy levels were so low, they were amazed I was functioning. Now my energy is higher and I almost don’t know what to do with it. I’ve lived with low energy for so long, now I have to readjust my life to accomplish more. Darn. I used to make lists of what needs to be done, then split it up into days. Normal-ish people would accomplish it all in one day. I’m getting there. I still have to split up my list, but the list is bigger and it doesn’t take multiple days to finish a task. Unheard of before, but greatly appreciated. A month after I got back from Germany, I wrote a whole screenplay. From start to finish. I had the energy and concentration to do it. Which brings me to the next one.
Brain fog, gone. Most people cannot fathom what it is. Hopefully, I can paint a picture. Everything is foggy. Like you are in a dream. Some information gets to your brain and some doesn’t. You try really hard to put the pieces together and create a scenario or solution, but it’s tiring. It’s like running up a sandy hill in a zigzag without your glasses, in desperate need of coffee. Others are passing you by on Segway’s and on a paved path. You’re literally trying 10 times harder than everyone else to get to the same destination. When my “fog” lifted it was almost indescribable. But I’ll try anyways. The light bulb turned on and I had a moment of clarity. Like I got those glasses on and had the best caffeinated beverage ever! I jumped over to that paved road and found my own Segway. It was amazing! I never knew how much fog there was until it cleared. The best part is that I can read a book. I can read it, comprehend it, and not have to re-read every time I stop. My Kindle is finally getting used. Any suggestions on a must read? Continue reading