CS Oh those people suck so big-time, I can't even say it. That attitude, what the hell are they teaching their children--really, THAT'S the attitude that they're learning? I am stunned and appalled and want to write all sorts of things that are just mean. Well, I'd say accurate, but some could interpret as mean. I am so sorry, and since you guys have really been needing social outlets, I'm doubly sad for you.
Originally Posted by Sandrine
If you had adrenal fatigue(which is what i am thinking is hitting me fast), would you still be working? Or just stay home and care for the kids and house(which is work too but different then getting paid)? I'm 27ish wks pg, have 3 dds and need to care for the house too. Plus my daycare kids.
I'm in a dilenma of what to do with my daycare. I am so tired and have no energy to give the best service to my daycare families but at the same time, I would miss them. You get rather attatch to the kids when they are here for a while. :( The after school kids aren't too bad as they aren't here for long. Give them a snack and time to play and they are fine. Having a f/t kid, you need to keep them busy with activities at least most of the morning and let them still have some free play.
For me, reducing stress was a biggie, and I quit work, even when it wasn't a great financial move for us. And you're pregnant--not sure how you usually work things postpartum, my DCP only took a week off (and scheduled her induction, I could've been ok with the uncertainty but I guess not everyone could and she didn't have complications from her inductions), but only a week off seems rough with a new baby. If you can cut back on your responsibilities, I'd say do it. And earlier, with the BP, I totally blanked on you being pregnant. Salt, stress reduction, salt, more liquids, salt, what are you eating/not eating?
Originally Posted by kjbrown92
Originally Posted by chlobo
So my SIL has these symptoms:
My symptoms have been cyclical diarrhea/constipation, abdominal pain, nausea, bloating, fullness, hair loss, history of migraines, heart palpitations and fatigue.
Celiac or hypothyroid?
Could be hypothyroid and a food intolerance. Not necessarily celiac (or even gluten). Could be any food(s). Has she tried keeping a detailed food diary (down to ingredient level) to see if she can pinpoint a food or foods? But while she's still consuming gluten, it's not hard to test for celiac.
But Chlobo's DH has celiac, doesn't he? I assumed SIL was DH's sister... our language is not that precise with family relationships, not sure if I could be wrong. If it is someone related by blood to DH, then I'd say cut gluten, get a few good supps going and then see how she's doing in a bit--some things should resolve. Well, in normal people. :hug