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When I can drag myself to a live event, though, I always have a great time. I decided to skip the WSOP last year due to my Barcelona trip, but I did feel some regret about it after the summer was over.
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Player Search. SharkScope Coverage. Contains Not Contains. Getting off prednisone has also helped me to LOOK like myself again.
I will admit that some of it was in my head. I knew my face was different, and my mind made me think that my face was a lot fatter than it actually was.
But there was still a noticeable difference. I think I chose to not talk about it because it seemed so superficial and shallow to talk about when I had other pressing problems like liver toxicity and hallucinations.
But honestly, it was really hard. My hair was falling out, I had a fat face, and I felt so ugly.
It was just another thing to accept on top of everything else, and it sucked. Despite how terrible was, there are still some good things to take away.
I ran below expectation and was down for the year every month until November. I was miserable, discouraged and tilted pretty much the entire year.
Obviously the bad run did end. Like I said, I finally got on the positive side of the coin late in the year and ended with a profit. I finished the year a ton under EV, however.
Maybe I would be a lot worse at poker today if I had run hot last year. My husband stuck by me through everything, no matter how depressed, bitchy, mean, selfish, or hopeless I got.
I feel so lucky to have him. If I could, I would wish for everyone diagnosed with a chronic and life changing disease to have someone in their life as wonderful as he is.
Of course, my health is my first priority. I expect to feel bad for a short time while my body adjusts, but in the end I should be able to handle it and feel decent again sooner than later.
I hope. My life is boring these days, which is actually really nice. Around this time last year I was in the States with pneumonia and a couple months of hell in front of me.
Prednisone is famous for its side effects. If you google it, the Internet is full of horror stories about it. It really is the most amazing and most horrible drug ever.
I have some water retention in my face, so some days my face is puffy. So kinda looking forward to that going away.
The mood swings suck the most, though. In January I had really nasty peeling skin all over my body. Earlier this year I had chest tightness and breathing problems, both of which are really scary.
This was at the same time as a lot of irregular heartbeats, which was really uncomfortable and unsettling.
I had a really strange period of time when my arms would get pins and needles really fast when I put them in a certain position, and eventually they went numb if I kept them that way.
Every time I told my husband about one of these strange, annoying, or scary things that my body was doing, he would google them and then announce to me that they were prednisone side effects.
And the answer is yes. Everything is a prednisone side effect. Or can be. Prednisone does everything.
It can be really tough to go from 2. I hope my body forgives me for being on it for so long. Wish me luck! She was moved by the fact that her friend truly wanted to understand in a visceral way what her life was like.
So she grabbed 12 spoons. She explained that most people are given an unlimited number of spoons each day to do whatever they want, but when you have an invisible illness, your spoons are numbered and you have to use them very carefully so they take you through an entire day.
She asked her friend to list off every activity she did from waking up. With each activity, Christine explained the huge effort that it took just to get through it and with each activity mentioned she took away a spoon.
So she explained that she had to very carefully parse out the spoons—and not do so many things that she had taken for granted when she was healthy.
Her friend quickly understood — and apparently so did the rest of the Invisible Illness world. The word Spoonie has now become synonymous in the social media world with Invisible Illness.
The truth is that, as explained in the blog post, I have to pick and choose what I do. On a good day I can clean my bathroom and do laundry, or I can play poker.
They can go to work during the day and then get dinner with friends at night. It takes an entire day for me to play a few hours of poker.
Once I eat, drink, and take some meds, I feel a bit better but rarely well enough to play poker. After lunch which is often in the afternoon for me because I usually wake up pretty late is when I start to feel more like myself on the good days.
I can play 2 to 4 hours depending on action and how I feel on any particular day. Right now I have a really hard time stringing together days where I feel well enough to play poker.
But in the future, despite having lupus, I should be able to. I just have to be patient.