A doctor finally gets it right
I have two major biochemical imbalances that caused chronic and sometimes suicidal depression between the ages of 17 – 29. They were finally diagnosed and pretty well treated by the Pfeiffer Health Research Institute via a prescribed nutrient therapy program. While I should normally get re-tested every year or two, for me, this was just one more thing that got pushed to the side during fertility treatments and the subsequent loss of our children.
I think most if not all of us have situations where our infertility collides with challenges and crisis we faced prior. Those experiences can be internal, or more external, as it was when I was driving to my first Pfeiffer appointment in four years about a month ago. I was pondering how I was going to explain the infertility/childlessness trauma/PTSD amid grief symptoms amid symptoms of my biochemical imbalances with a dash of peri-menopause thrown in while marinating in that all too familiar not knowing if I was going to be seen, heard and taken seriously. (more…)