Precious Diagnosis: What’s in a Name?

What a great way to express that process. Thank you for sharing it.

aBodyofHope

radiograph_of_my_sorrows_by_nataliadrepina-d77qw55Radiograph of my Sorrows by Natalia Drepina 

Even if it’s a terrible diagnosis, you crave even the worst titles, just to have a name. Just to put a label on what your body is experiencing. You dream of a diagnosis for the madness eating away at your body and your life.

You want to scream when test after test comes back normal, appointment after appointment with no answers, and you wonder how much longer your body will hold out like this! Each frustrated physician and healer is at a loss and they know anything more they try could likely only make you worse. So one by one, they set you free into the river of uncertainty to face the un-named beasts in you alone– ALONE.

Instead of one diagnosis, you have a list of conditions that you don’t feel are your own. They are more like guesses your…

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About Traci H

I am a disabled person who is terrified by the Tump administration and the control the Republicans have of Congress. This blog is my journey to marry the life I want to have with the life I have been given and to spread FACTS about the state of American Politics.

Posted on March 10, 2016, in Uncategorized. Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

  1. You made my day!! Thank you so much for sharing this! I so appreciate it. And I really like what you are doing on your blog. I hope you are having a low pain day, and feeling as well as possible. Spoonie hugs xo

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