I have a feeling that I have had many relapses over the years but didn't recognize them. I never reported all the bad stuff that has come along. So maybe I should have been in the hospital or at least in the doctor's office. I just kept it to myself and assumed I was just "not feeling good".
I can't count the number of times I felt like something was really wrong, but I just kept plugging away, doing the best I could.
Now I'm in a permanent "feeling bad" mode. It never gets any better any more. I used to be given 3 or 4 "good" days a month. Not anymore!
So keeping this from my neuro is probably the reason she thinks I've "burned out". I never thought of this before. My last appointment (last week) she never asked any questions and I never asked any or mentioned my problems, except for the fatigue.
Does anyone think I might be thinking right here? Could I have brought this worsening on myself by not complaining?
Diagnosed with MS 2001. Fibromyalgia, Graves Disease, IBS, Gastritis, Spondylosis, Degenerative Disc Disease, Sjogrens, Osteoarthritis, Osteoporosis, Tendonitis, Costochondritis. All the autoimmune diseases are attacking me. Taking the minimum of medications.