It’s been 6 days since the horse incident. After the event, I slept 14- 17 hours a day. I did force drink fluids, some food then exhausted and back to sleep. I went to see my beloved horse today and my trainer was very cautious and attentive. She rode him 1st and then I did for 20 minutes. I miss him so much. He is such a good boy. I miss my mini horse too and, like my arabian they are both in the best care a horse could have.
I get so fatigued SO quickly. I know my potassium was critically low as well as magnesium and sodium. I have been drinking electrolytes. The normal feeling only lasts about 40 minutes, then so tired.
My husband felt a cozy dinner out at one of our favorite places might increase my appetite. It just made me feel queasy.
Then the chills started. UGH☹️. This makes me wonder if all the fatigue and loss of appetite, nauseous feeling is the stupid dragon trying to make an appearance. “NO!! NO!! You are not invited you stupid beast! Stay away!! I’ve suffered too much this year already.”
This all makes me very sad. It’s Arizona and I’m wearing leggings, thick socks, a T-shirt and a heavy sweatshirt. Not good. It’s 7:15pm and I’m going to bed now. 😞
I have too much that is very good coming up in the next month. I need my strength so badly.
Thank you for being there.
Prayers that you stay healthy and I get healthy.
Good night friends
I acquired AOSD in 2008. I have suffered so terribly and have found ways to help me regain my life. This my personal journal of this mystery illness to diagnosis. I hope that I can help others with my experience and information.