Something Tell Me I’m Into Something Good and that is pretty much how a felt a few days ago. When I started dabbling in Paleo I did so with hesitancy because no one wants to get their hopes up or their dreams dashed. But I guess…. I really just wished to feel a bit better but what I got was one of the best gifts in my life aside from my family. What gift?
My PMDD gone. Gone, gone, gone. And the pain of the first couple of days of my menstrual cycyle… gone, gone, gone. Now I know my body may be adjusting to having a bit more meat than usual and wondering where in the hell are my Honey Nut Cheerios? But for the first time in a bazilion momma years I did not go into fits of rage, did not have to worry about my mental health during the episodes and the excruciating pain of my nerves was simply not present. My period just showed up, much like a spring flower blooming in the garden. Quietly with no crash of cymbals or hell bent sound of a thousand horses beating the pavement as if the devil himself where chasing them.
I cried. And if you have ever had PMDD and discovered that you might, just might be able to cure yourself with medication… you will understand.
I am reading and studying more about this magical Paleo Diet. I am going to make even more of an effort to follow it completely.
Something Tells Me I’m Into Something Good.
* If you are on a prescription, I must tell you I am not a doctor and I write only my experiences. Never take yourself ofr medication for PMDD without the guidance of your Medical Doctor. This blog is my experience only and each one of us has a totally different set of circumstances and must take very good care of ourselves and seek professional help when needed. I did after the birth of my son and my doctor helped me very much after my diagnosis.