…TO LIVE WITH A CHRONIC ILLNESS | Rymingtahn’s Real Life Vlogs

…TO LIVE WITH A CHRONIC ILLNESS | Rymingtahn’s Real Life Vlogs

you look at a person and you’re like oh
you’re perfectly healthy and fine but you have no idea what’s going on on the
inside now before you forget go ahead and subscribe today was supposed to be a regular
vlogging day but last night I had a fibromyalgia or flare-up that was
so bad and so painful it carried over into today now even though physically
I’m much better compared to last night I still couldn’t shake how I was truly
feeling inside I mean I tried to film and carry on my day as usual I am full
of energy no seriously I feel really good this morning you guys I’m not tired
my body is you know I was feeling okay let me take that back that’s not true I
don’t know I just couldn’t fully give the real rymingtahn to my family and to
the people around me I tried my best I just couldn’t shake it I was
exhausted from the night before I know that pain starts in the brain so I told
myself to ignore the pain just get up just stand up just walk just you know
wash the dishes just do everything that I normally would do I felt like a head was on I would get up and then just something would just pull me back down
and I couldn’t move no matter how hard I tried thankfully these attacks or
flare-ups pass but they do come back and I haven’t had one like this in over four
years so I’m just trying to figure out like how
did this happen man my body has been through so much you guys yes so Wednesday night I yes I had the
absolute worst fibromyalgia flare up since like I don’t know before zari
was born before I went vegan the first time it was so bad I could not stand up
straight I just I didn’t want to talk all I could do was just be in the
position because it hurt so bad it was like sharp throbbing pain like
if you’re not familiar with fibromyalgia and this does vary from person to person
but for the most part we all have the same symptoms and it just feels like
your joints are swollen it feels like your knees are this big but when you
look at it it’s not big at all and that’s why it’s one of those
that I don’t know the the medical term but you look at a person and you’re like
oh you’re perfectly healthy and fine but you have no idea what’s going on on the
inside but yesterday you would have been able to tell because I was down I mean
not yesterday Wednesday I was down okay man I remember those days of being down
like that and that’s why I went to a plant-based lifestyle that is the reason
why I changed my diet I could not live like that I couldn’t and last I keep
saying last night and Wednesday night I ate something that my body did not agree
with on top of that I started some new exercises you’ve been with me for a long
time you already noticed I was a 25 year old who had hip surgery not a hip
replacement but hip surgery I tore the labrum when I
do exercises that irritate my hip it will give me a flare-up and then cause
my body to just completely shut down I miss my turn sitting here talking I’m
like so into this conversation I still should be home right now technically
back in the day when I used to go to traditional you know they would
put you on bed rest for three days four days and that’s what I should be doing
right now but this is my first episode with the child and you just except for
Wednesday night you just mustered this strength to just
you know get out there and do it I saw it through and you know the next day I
rested we didn’t go anywhere we stayed home I just let my body relax and this
is the day after that so I should still be home on bed rest but you know I’m in
a good mood I have good energy my hip does hurt so I’m walking like a little
slower than normal I’m just gonna like take my time but I
do want her to come out and socialize and everything because she’s been in the
house oh my goodness
I completely forgot about sorry did you even see the house did you see them are
they sleep we weren’t expecting this today at the library what’s your favorite thing in there what
was your favorite thing the snakes cool all right we are back in the car it
definitely took my mind off his pain he’s coming home but in my leg it was
like I couldn’t even fully have a good time Legg just kept the pain resonating at home Oh you see his hat yeah I’m not really looking like nose
and like I’m just not in yeah I need to make myself keep something I
had water and coffee today but honestly I don’t feel like eating this is why I keep a stool in the
kitchen for those days that I just can’t stand or it’s difficult to stay in for a
long time joint pain
right now I’m getting it in both of my hands one of the indicators for
fibromyalgia is like bilateral pain you typically have pain in both shoulders
both fingers or you know both hands both the knees both ankles for me it’ll
happen on one side just like like just then it started on my right side and
then it moves to my left side but in addition to the fibromyalgia
inflammation but hip from hip so it’s like two things happening at the
same time one influencing the other it’s like a domino effect I used to be in so
so much pain and then I changed my diet I start eating plant-based specifically
the starch solution and some of you all might know dr. John McDougall that’s how
I started my journey and believe it or not I have videos still up on my YouTube
channel from 2014 I think I start at January in 2014 I’m not sure but I’m not
selling you guys anything I don’t get paid to say that it is the absolute
truth see that’s the thing the fibromyalgia if
you don’t move you ache but if you do move you ache but you ache less
as far as always important for me to stretch and do some type of exercise to
keep my joints moving to keep them from becoming stiff inactive because I think
that’s what happened I started exercising again after not doing
anything for quite some time and then I just jumped right in there like I was
perfectly healthy body person you know because I didn’t have pain in such a
long time and then I got out there and quickly remembered you know the reality I saw a spider my mermaid
I do feel a lot better my leg feels better
sorry asked me when she woke up she was like mommy does your leg feel better I
was like it does thank you I didn’t tell you guys what it does
thank you I don’t Thursday when we stayed home as
our I said mommy where are we going today and I said no we’re sorry and then
what did you say I can go ahead you don’t you said I can’t that’s glad you
she said she go without me and she was so confident she was like well I could
just go without you I tell you one thing you know the last time I had this
episode she wasn’t here and just seeing her and being around her energy I know
it just gives you wings it just gives you motivation to smile even though you
don’t want to smile gives you motivation to get up and cook even though you don’t
want to cook or to get up in general you just want to sit there pick up and you
know with fibromyalgia it’s like the longer you sit and do nothing the more
painful it becomes the more you get the more sad you become the more
you just turn into like a different person but if you just get up and just
have some type of motivation to get you up whatever it is it’ll hurt a little
bit but the pain is incomparable to what it would be like if you just keep
sitting on that couch what’s up four or five miles driving back in the
day she was just a very active very bubbly person like during college and
then like after after college as well we kind of got back together we can do that
she was going through those the through five and I saw the difference in
her and her and her body and her and her emotions that active and outgoing person
wasn’t quite there anymore but I mean she was still she was still
that person she still wanted to do so she still want to be an outdoors but I
say it would just be with a there would be limitations to stuff my my sir just
limitations just like things because I look out for and ensure that we’re not
overworking her body and then ensuring that she she’s eating healthy which kind
of transitions me to like how we’re eating now which is with a vegan based
diet versus like eating meat they went into transition now let’s say when she
transitioned first so she is first way back in the day and almost like all
symptoms like kind of went which which is pretty pretty cool that you know a
vegan based diet kind of does that to as the partner you know as her husband it’s
it’s kind of hard for me because I really deeply want to help but sometimes
I just can’t you know it’s not nothing I can I can really do yeah he’s in there
you know it’s nothing nothing really do aside from like it’s not from supporting
her and just helping out you know I think that’s the biggest thing for me is
the amount of help that could give and try to keep a stress-free environment
you know what I mean I hope you guys took away something from
this video whether it was inspiration or you might
have learned something new and I hope you guys really enjoyed this video it
was a little bit different but I think it was appropriate and for the rest of
the weekend I don’t want to force myself to blog because honestly I just want to
chill and relax so we’ll see you in the next one’s up this video and subscribe
for all of that want to see more click to the left and the right yeah and if
you’re still thinking about subscribing we’ll just go ahead and click it and
don’t forget to visit the description see you in the next
yeah but if you just get up and just have some type of motivation to get you
up whatever

100 thoughts on “…TO LIVE WITH A CHRONIC ILLNESS | Rymingtahn’s Real Life Vlogs”

  1. Hi dear. I feel so sad to know that your fibromyalgia had
    flared up. I also have fibro and a few weeks ago mine flared up and so I understand everything. People who have fibromyalgia don't seem or look like they have the illness because it not noticeable from the outside but on the inside each and every nerve ending in the body is being attacked uncontrollably down to the smallest nerve fiber branch. There is no cure but with right medication, diet, exercise and hopefully some sleep one can "try"" to get it under control, witch is impossible but one can try. We can only find what works for us to help the flareup from happening. I am sending you lots of hugs to get and stay feeling better. Lots of love to you and your family. and Zari who is so precious and so smart. God Bless you all. .

  2. ๐Ÿ™๐Ÿ™๐Ÿ™๐Ÿค—๐Ÿถ๐Ÿ•๐Ÿพ๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ‡บ๐Ÿ‡ธ


  4. You are a very special man Mr. Zoni. Listening to you and really hearing you shows the kind of man you really are. God has really blessed your family with a young man who really opens his heart and gives his all to his wife and daughter. As I said you are a very special man. A life of Godโ€™s blessings to you, Rym and Zari. Love you all. ๐Ÿ’–๐Ÿ’–๐Ÿ’–

  5. Hoping you are getting your strength back.Takecare๐Ÿ’ŒHappy to see you Family ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿฝ๐ŸŒž

  6. I hear you babe. Chronic pain sufferer as well. We pull through it because of kids. We survive. We live. We have no choice. We must be there for our kids.

  7. I pray that you soon start to feel better. I can understand your pain, as I suffer from fibromyalgia, arthritis, neuropathy, and degenerative disc disease. Hope they can find a cure for our invisible diseases.๐Ÿฆ‹ prayers for you strong momma.

  8. I was diagnosed with Fibro in 1999 and then in 2012 I developed CRPS. my nervous system malfunctioned and I have nerve pain 24/7 in my legs and feet. I'm completely disabled from the CRPS and spend most days in bed. I understand your pain. Please Google CRPS and see the disease I live with. It has stole my life! With CRPS the more I move the more I hurt. It has now moved to some of my organs. So, I really understand living with debilitating pain daily. God bless you.๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ˜Š๐Ÿ’•

  9. I suffer from fibromyalgia, chronic pain 8 herniated bulging discs with stenosis and protrusion, osteoarthritis arthritis and interstitial cystitis and does have a domino effect when u get a flair up every problem acts up I cant move I'm very limited to the point I don't go out as much as I use to even gave up on having friends because they want to go out do things I can't do and they do not understand what I'm going thru they think it's all in my head its fustrating.I pray u feel better your to young to beautiful to be going thru this sending prayers n hugs

  10. It is hard to live with chronic pain. Also it does affect your mood , it is hard to be "bubbly and happy" when your in pain . I have metastatic breast cancer which has spread to my bones in my spine and hip. I had back surgery in which they put a rod and screws in my upper back. I also have tumor in my lower back that they couldn't operate on because too many nerves were involved. Right now I am trying to heal a hip fracture that is result of the cancer in my hip all the while doing chemo. Having chronic pain everyday I think what helps us get through it is our family. Keep smiling and feel better.

  11. I have A very close relationship with pain. Pain is draining, depressing and is life changing. I hope you have more good days than bad. Try to not overdo and donโ€™t stress over what doesnโ€™t get done at that time. You have A very understanding husband and are inspiring.

  12. Ty hun.
    I know its hard..i deal with similar..severe arthritis..idk if i have fibromyalgia..but i have the intense chronic pain..i do take opiads which i hate..i dont take them to the piuntbthat the impair me to keep doing things i want to if my body allows..but they really weren't working..i switched to a vegan way of eating as well and my pain levels lessened quite a bit..im not quite all there yet i font carrt my food so if im somewhere i will eat meat every once awhile etc..but i still getvthe benefits of eating vegan mostly..thanknthe Lord!..but im sorry for what you go thru cuz i too go thru lol geez such similar situations! And i too try to do the yoga chair yoga for me right now andvwalking around the pool..ok just wanted to say i hear you! โค๐ŸŒท๐Ÿค—

  13. Blessings to you always! God is a Healer of All Diseases! Sometimes pain medications just don't work! That's when,"mind over matter " steps in, I usually just start praying, and telling myself, I'm not in pain, I can get through this "! Now, I'm not saying the pain goes completely away, but I will say," Once, you gain control of yourself and the situation, you can start to feel better, spiritually, mentally and physically "! Hope you and All those who are suffering pain, illnesses try this way for pain relief!!๐Ÿ™๐Ÿป๐ŸŒน

  14. Thank you for this video. The way your describing your pain. I am making an appointment with my physician ASAP.

  15. My thoughts and prayers are with you. I have Multiple Sclerosis and Fibromyalgia and some days are just horrible but Thank God for the good days. You take care of yourself honey. My love to Zari.

  16. I feel ya. I suffer from fibromyalgia also. Plus i have issues with my back from a car accident. Fibromyalgia flare ups are so hard to deal with. I agree with you, it definitely helps to get up and get moving and eat healthy.

  17. I understand so much. I suffer from multiple things that overlap into my fibro. I feel for you. There are days you feel you can't get out of bed but unfortunately being a parent you have to get up and take care of business. I know there are a lot of us on here that are sharing your pain. I love how your husband is so supportive. I too have a very understanding helpful husband. I'm so blessed. Sending prayers and love to you and everyone on here that has commented that they to suffer with the pain.

  18. I'm so sorry you have to deal with your pain, Your so strong and that I admire..๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿค—๐Ÿ’•

  19. I'm sorry it can be bad my bf had it she had times she couldn't get out of bed for days take care of yourself

  20. 16 years of fibromyalgia. Really bad right now. Heat in Az really is not fun. Soft hugs from a fellow spoonie!

  21. My sis has fibromyalgia and I have RA. Iโ€™ve had 4 knee and 4 hip replacements. We know your pain all to well. ๐Ÿฅฐ

  22. Thank you for sharing. I have pain but no chronic. Getting up and moving help. I have not been to the doctor I just deal with the pain in my knees, legs, feet, and hands. I will definitely keep you in prayer along with friends with same pain as you.

  23. Thanks for sharing your story. Maybe it can help others better understand the struggles of people in their life who suffer this way.

  24. I know I already commented, but I wanted to share with you what a very wise friend once told me to reply to people when they say you canโ€™t be sick. You look fine. She said to respond with โ€œWell, itโ€™s not my face thatโ€™s in trouble!โ€ It gave me a chuckle, so just had to share with you. Hugs

  25. Hey, I understand your pain completely I have lupus for 23 years now. I love you and your family and watch your videos all the time. I binge watch them when I have my lupus flare-ups to take my mind off the pain. Your strength gives me life. My prayers are with you.

  26. Fibro sucks! Point blank! I suffer from it as well, have for several years now. I suffer from many auto immune problems. Celiac, hashimoto thyroid, fibro, chronic hives and a few others so I totally relate to you! I have really painful neuropathy after kidney failure 3 years ago. People will see you out and be like you look good when you are feeling like death! Most people don't understand how bad these chronic pain issues can be because you don't look "sick"! Thank you for sharing your story, hopefully more people will understand what it is to live with it! Prayers to you, Hope you get to feeling better beautiful lady!! ๐Ÿ’œ๐Ÿ’›๐Ÿ’™๐Ÿ’š๐Ÿ’•๐Ÿ’“๐Ÿ™๐ŸŒป๐ŸŒท๐ŸŒธ๐Ÿ’๐ŸŒน๐ŸŒบ๐ŸŒผ

  27. Know I just sent a message but also wanted to add your family is adorable! Also thank your wonderful husband for his service! Much love to you guys ๐Ÿ˜˜๐Ÿ˜Š

  28. Iโ€™m recovering from a spinal cord injury/back surgery and I have severe PTSD. I totally feel you. Itโ€™s been a difficult journey for my family and everyone had assumed I was just lazy.

  29. Hello sweetie, I too suffer from this in addition to so may more medical issues. I just turned 50 in February of this year and almost died. My body shut down, my kidneys failed and I stopped breathing. Now Iโ€™m forced to go on disability or should I say try to get disability. People who are healthy donโ€™t understand they just feel your giving up but sick people who were active and worked know you cry a lot because you feel lost. I will pra for you as well as others who are feeling like us and hopefully you will pray for me as well.

  30. I dnt have fibromyalgia but I understand what u goin thru i have scoliosis so my pain be like that nerve pain all the time in hands hip all over so I complety understand itโ€™s hard dealing with chronic pain I took the meds for fibromyalgia they didnโ€™t work I havenโ€™t got on plant Base if it cuts the pain I might need too hard to start it off lol but Iโ€™m prayin for u god goin heal

  31. I have the same pain right now, I have RA seriously, I cried literally. I hope we feel better soon. ๐Ÿ’•๐Ÿ’•๐Ÿ’•

  32. 2 of my friends have that…one lady i used to work with and the other i went to school with….yes they told me i does effect their joints. And makes it hard to work..the one i went to school with said it hurt , effectef her so bad, she could not walk. Both ladies get those infusion shots once a month….

  33. I hope and pray you have more days of pain free. I myself have some arthritis in my hips….it does not hurt, its a soarness, i could live without. It does at times effect my sleep…and then at times, my maniscus disc in my knee feels like i have no strenth to take a step if i have to climb a step……oh the pit falls of getting older, and working in the grocery business over 28 yrs….Feel better my friend…

  34. I love watching you and your family….. I know exactly what you mean about having inspiration and motivation….. My son is the only reason I get out of bed…. I also have severe PTSD, along with severe depression and anxiety disorders with fibromyalgia…. When I watch you and your doing your best not to cry, I cry with and for you because not everyone understands what it's like to look perfectly fine on the outside but on the inside you hurt sometimes constantly and with PTSD is like living in a tornado everyday…. You my husband was so understanding and helpful and he has now gone to Heaven and I know that he would want me to get up and do something instead of doing nothing….. You'll never know what your videos mean to me…. Thank you for sharing your story….

  35. I really know exactly what your talking about I have MS and people don't see scars or bruises and they don't see my disease. I hope you are feeling better. I love the support your husband gives you . Thanks for sharing your story.๐Ÿ‘

  36. I am in tears watching this video. I suffer from Fibromyalgia and my body is constantly in pain. God bless you and your family

  37. Iโ€™m praying for you wall people that suffer chronic illness….๐Ÿ™๐Ÿพ๐Ÿ™๐Ÿพ๐Ÿ™๐Ÿพ๐Ÿ™๐Ÿพ

  38. Thank God for Papa bear and Zari. I hope they continue to be all of the motivation that you need to get through the rough day. Thank you for sharing your story and your wonderful tips. Do not stress yourself out trying to keep us in the know. Your health and wellbeing is more important. So once again Thank you and stay Blessed. God and you wonderful family has your back. Love you all

  39. Sorry for the way you're feeling my prayers and thoughts go out to you hope you'll be feeling better in no time.๐Ÿ˜Š

  40. I am so very sorry you are living with this. Everyone needs to read the spoon theory. I will try to find a link for it.
    At 25 I was nearly totally bedridden. My small children were actually doing the shopping and walking across town to do laundry. At that time, my dr was sure i had fibro and lupus. It took many years to finally diagnose the lupus. They gave me at the max 10 years to live…..I am now 55. Yes, i have chronic pain. My back and knees are shot. My ankles are going fast due to what my lupus has destroyed, a long with my heart. But I am here. Living with family that I love and love me back. And most importantly……understand. Gentle hugs and love to all

  41. I have fibro and I definitely know the feeling… It hurts like hell I was diagnosed 2yrs ago but I've had it since 2014 along with scoliosis and degenerative disc disease both cervical and lumbosacral.

  42. So sorry to hear you are not feeling well due to your fibromyalgia get lots of rest I know it is hard because getting sleep with fibromyalgia is hard. I too have fibro and it is not fun when those flare ups happen it is hard to describe it to people the way I describe my flare ups to people is telling them it feels like someone has a doll of me and is sticking it with pins and needles everywhere over and over the pain is horrible and the feeling of swollen joints and stiffness is to. I hope you get some pain free rest and feel better.

  43. I suffer from.dermaosis.a muscle, skin condition.n it's a torture, lm in pain all the time.my husband help me up.flares l had so many of those , l symphatize w ..u..lm. 60 yrs but looks younger.god bless u.l understand u..๐Ÿ™๐Ÿ€„๐Ÿ’๐Ÿˆ

  44. Hope you are feeling better than Friday. Can't imagine suffering from that. I pray your renewed strength. I love to watch you and your family, you are such an inspiration. I do miss your DIY's but I totally get it, things change. Wish Zari and my g-baby Kayden (who is 3 yrs. too) could get together for a play date, we live in Washington, DC, at least for the next 5 or 6 months, then off to NC.

  45. I hope youโ€™re feeling better. ๐Ÿ’“ I recently got a diagnosis of a silent disease too. Itโ€™s hard when you look fine but feel horrible. Keep shining beautiful. Hugs. ๐Ÿ’•

  46. I understand your pain! I also have Fibromyalgia since 2011. I get flares up from time to time. My doctor says to stick with Yoga, walking and Pilates.

  47. RyMingTahn, i'm so sorry you're feeling so bad. Last Sunday i had to go to the hospital because i collapsed. My legs gave out on me. They made me stay til Tuesday because my sodium was dangerously low. Sodium is almost normal but because it was low for a long time and i was weak for a few months… I now have to walk with a walker and go to physical therapy to gain my strength back. I won't lie i am scared to death and it's hard but my 5 year old is who motivates me. I can't give up she needs me and i need her….i'm praying for you and your family and remember you got this!!!!! With love and blessings

  48. Hi RyMingTahn. Your Vlog was inspiring. I was diagnosed with Fibromyalgia about 7 years ago. Chronic pain is no joke. I experience it all day and night. I havenโ€™t gone a day without pain. Some days it has been hard to get out of bed but I do it anyways. I recently got the motivation to start taking daily walks and fighting it through the pain. I went from not walking much to walking 30 minutes a day which is an accomplishment for me. I am taking it one day at a time. I am starting to eat healthier and drink more water. I listen to you say that you went to a plant based diet and I think I would love to try that. I wanted to know could you share with us where to begin and the foods you eat and maybe some recipes. Thank you for sharing your story.๐Ÿค—๐Ÿ’—

  49. I'm glad you told us about this and it might help other people this is something we need to know we might have someone enough family that has it and thanks for telling me hope you feel better..

  50. Rhym……………I had no idea. I have watched your channel for what seems like forever. Not on only do I have fibro, but I have severe osteoporosis, COPD, anxiety, Depression, and stage IV Hashimoto's which means the next thing for me is wither MS, cancer, or Lupus. I have switched to all vegetarian diet with no sodas or sugar or rice or potatoes, etc etc etc. I have broken several bones doing nothing at all dangerous to cause it. I need both knees replaced but cannot have them done because of the osteoporosis. I feel your pain! I will pray for you and hope that doesn't bother you but I truly care. My husband and I used to work together and walk 9-12 miles per day and 12-16 mile hike on one of our two days off here in the Great Smoky Mountains. That ended during my last BIG bone break in 2016. Much Love from NC, Rhonda

  51. Thank you for sharing such a vulnerable space and educating those of us who are unaware of how this condition can challenge and alter your daily life activities. I loved that your husband chimed in with his love and support, and even gave a before and after perspective. Glad that you have a support system in place for these difficult moments. And, the support from your viewers is simply amazing. Keep shining Sis ๐Ÿ’ž

  52. Pray you are feeling better. I am a Lupus warrior, so I understand what you were feeling. Thanks for sharing.

  53. Thank you! Thank you! Thank you for sharing with us. I too suffer with fibro/cfs flare ups. When you talked about your symptoms and having a stool in the kitchen to cook, I do the same thing. Very sorry you had a bad flare up but with you sharing made me feel not as sad. I feel alone cause I look okay but my body inside is hurting or tired at times. It is very hard for me to explain to people why I no longer work.

  54. I do understand what you are going through, I also have Fibromyalgia and it is horrible disease. I will pray for you and your family

  55. RyMingTahn๐Ÿ’ž๐Ÿ’ž๐Ÿ’žI feel u,understand so much,I'm ure fibro friend,rembr me w the fibro/lupus๐Ÿ˜” it is stabbg๐Ÿ”ช๐Ÿ”ช & shootg๐Ÿ˜จelectricutg pain.. I'm on disability now bec of it,I get the same,people look at me & say,"well u look fine" certrn foods trigger๐Ÿ•๐Ÿณ๐ŸŒญ๐Ÿฅ“๐Ÿ”๐ŸŸ๐Ÿ˜” I feel so bad 2hear u in pain,makes u hurt whn u can't do wht u wht normally do๐Ÿ˜”inflammation is the worst,I eat less meat,greasy foods.deep tissue massg & epsn salt/magnesium bath soaks help loosen the joint pain.Zari gives you/us life๐Ÿ˜˜happiness.i got episodes at age of 32๐Ÿ˜“we're here for u!๐Ÿ’

  56. OMG I know this horrible to say bit I'm glad to follow someone that looks so normal experience the same symptoms as I go thru. I go through so much of the same symptoms. It really sucks going through all this. I wish for you lots of health and faith that God will continue to give us the strength to deal with all this pain. You are great with Zari….Godbless your beautiful family…..

  57. I suffer from it too. So much stress this last week that sent me into such a bad flair up. Still have to go to work and went to a funeral. Just want to sleep all day and night. Taking my med and having to add a muscle relaxer to it just to lay down so my hips and legs will go numb. Prayers to you and thank you for talking about it. Your a strong person to keep pushing yourself for yourself and your daughter.

  58. I also live with chronic pain. I have sickle cell disease but it doesnโ€™t have me! Iโ€™m praying for you! I hope you get it under control and feel better soon!!!!

  59. I definitely feel your, I went through all the testing that you did as well to the point where they even thought it was cancer. I was in the hospital for 2 weeks before they figure it out. I told them to let me die because I just couldn't take the pain any more. My lupus test came up positive but they said it was a false positive. It took a neurologist to figure out what was wrong with me. I pray for those of us who have fibromyalgia as well as lupus because the pain is the same and just try to keep your heads up. I struggle every day at work. It's very hard to go on with your daily activities when your in so much pain. I truly wish you and your family well and God bless.

  60. Just watched your video. I have fibro also and I'm in a flare with my hip right now. Knee hurts on my right side hip on the left. I waddle not walk. People just don't understand what it's like. Life is a daily struggle. Pain is constant somewhere in my body daily. I refuse to take strong meds. I dont like how they make me feel. Use only otc. Along with fibro I have arthritis, sciatica, tendonitis, bursitis in my right shoulder ibs, high blood pressure for which the doctor is trying to get under control again and the new meds are throwing me for a loop, low thyroid, vitamin d deficiency (having to take 50,000 my twice a week…It is that low) and other random health issues. But for the grace of God some days I don't know how I manage to do all I need to. I pray you are doing better now.

  61. Completely hear you….i myself have z chronic illness stage 3 endometriosis…people think it's "just a bad period" but its more complex than that. Stay positive ๐Ÿ™

  62. I think your recent flares are probably a result of the stress of the move . There are people in my life that donโ€™t believe I have anything wrong , ๐Ÿ˜”

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  64. Remingtaha I am sorry to hear that you have Fibromyalgia my boyfriend also suffer with it also. Hang in there and keep the faith. We do know why things happen to us. Be strong and thank you for your videos. Lydia Johnson from Chicago

  65. I have had fibromyalgia for 21 to 26 years. It is an excruciating roller coaster ride. Itโ€™s hard to have a job and itโ€™s hard to plan anything with friends. 9 times out of 10 I have to cancel because I feel so awful. So I rarely make plans. If I do have a good day and do some light housework I will be in terrible pain for 3-4 days after that. Life is hard, but most people donโ€™t believe itโ€™s real so I donโ€™t talk about it with friends or family. I live in silence and it sucks beyond words. Take care of yourself and allow your baby girl to make your days brighter.

  66. I certainly understand where you're coming from this video.. I suffer from Fibro too.. And it is hell.

  67. My mom had lupus and my husband and mother in law have fibromyalgia and the doctors say that stress is the cause for flare ups

  68. I have fibro migraines are terrible in morning I'm struggling to move over time it's like my body eventually wakes up I get to get on with things that need Done….xxx

  69. Hey girl I know that you are feeling so bad, I also have have fibromyalgia, RA, and neuropathy. I will be thinking of you and wish you the best.

  70. Wow! I know Iโ€™m late but thank you so much for this video. I am just recovering from a terrible flare and your video makes me feel so validated. I actually had my husband watch so that he could hear that someone else has symptoms so similar to my own. We are already vegetarians but based on this video it may be time to take the next step towards a complete, plant based diet. Thanks again for sharing!

  71. Thank you for sharing. I totally understand as I have chronic pain from a back injury and I have a gout flare up sometimes. Maybe I should try a plant based diet… Blessings to you. Be well. Continue to let your husband and Zari inspire you. She's really something. You all bless me. Love and blessings to you.

  72. I just ordered the book, โ€œThe Starch Solutionโ€. I have been wanting to check out a plant based diet. You and your family are such an inspiration….keep up the good work!๐Ÿ˜Š

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