Finished up another week of the WW QuikTrack System, AKA points tracker and it was a good week, -2.4 lb., especially considering it included 3 days at the MOA. Tonight I will weigh in at WW for the month. That should go pretty good. On to week 11 of the 12 week plan…
3 miles on the mill late a.m. Really didn’t feel like it but felt better once I got started. It’s like that a lot. Getting started is the hardest part. It’s that way with many things in life
I really didn’t sleep well last night and the night before wasn’t very good either. I’ve had two days this week now when I’ve woke up aching all over feeling like it was such a chore to even breath. IDK what’s wrong still. I’ve been to two doctors and everything seems to check out fine. One says perimenopause can make you have these symptoms. If this is PERImenopause [peri which means pre], I SURE don’t want to see menopause! I wouldn’t want to live like this day in and day out. The symptoms seem very similar to what my sister-in-law suffers with Fibromyalgia — musculoskeletal pain, severe fatigue, and disturbed sleep. I had not mentioned Fibromyalgia to either doctor and don’t even know how they would diagnose it. It’s like having the flu, just the achy all over feeling. That’s how it feels some days. And this week there’s been two of those days already 😦
I read this recently: “Diagnostic Criteria The difficulty with diagnosing fibromyalgia lies in the fact that, in most cases, laboratory testing appears normal and that many of the symptoms mimic those of other disorders. A definite diagnosis of fibromyalgia syndrome should only be made when no other medical disease can explain the symptoms. This is to say, fibromyalgia is a diagnosis of exclusion”
I don’t even want to go there.