Posted 11/11/2013 4:50 PM (GMT -6)
My man is a real sweetheart, I think I can't ask for a better one. I am a flare, he is in a ms flare. Obviously, we are a mess. So for dinner? Pizza hut tonight! I hate pizza, he loves pizza. So we compromise, he gets pizza but I can get wings and breadsticks. Household chores...hmm in two days I've done one load of laundry. We won't mention the other 2 loads needing to be done. I got to thinking though, and have a strange question for you. I have noticed my flares have more more problematic and severe and more often than when I was living at sea level. I am in 4,000 ft mountains for elevation now. Nights are already below freezing, thank goodness for heat but I'm a thinkin...could this coldness be a trigger for me? Has anyone else triggered due to cold weather? I'm used to 60s to 80s and here, nights averaging right now 19-30 and days been in mid 40s to early 50s and it doesn't warm til around noonish. Am I onto a hunch? I've took to a daily morning bath to help my stiff body a move around. I'm taking my t3 and amatripyline daily too now. Is there something else I can take to help?
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