I finished Lyme treatment last April, after 6 months of disulfiram. It wasn’t easy and I still had die off but it worked for me.
I finished up parasite treatment in October. Now to avoid people that don’t wash their hands often enough. I cook all of my own food. I don’t trust others to wash their hands adequately.
My last diagnosis was chronic inflammatory response syndrome, CIRS, due to mold exposure. That kept me cycling from good health to poor health. I learned a lot about indoor air quality and have been remediating my home. It’s working as is treatment for CIRS. I’m about 2 months into treatment and have another 4-7 months to go.
I know many don’t believe in PM2.5 but I do. Mold spores are in that category. PM2.5, per research, can lead to T2D and many other health problems.
There is a lot of interesting and solid science behind all of this. Some MDs know it and believe it, some don’t. I learned enough to be glad I went into engineering rather than medicine.
I am trying to get back on my feet and need work to do that. I have a potential to bid on some consulting work but it’s a long shot. We’ve been talking for 2 months and still nothing to quote.
I am working on some other ideas but they’re going to be months in the making. They may be bad ideas, too, and never get off the ground. The virus added a layer of complexity in meeting with companies. I’m not that creative so if any of you have ideas, I’m open. Otherwise, I’ll have some tough decisions to make.
I have reached out to others personally but nothing has come of it.
Most of my life has been dedicated to engineering. I would hate to leave it but if that’s what it takes to survive, so be it.
It’s really hard for me to ask for help especially after getting through all of those health problems alone. But I am in need of work and feel that I can consistently perform now without crashing at all.