I Was Misdiagnosed With An Allergy And Panic Attacks Until An X-Ray Finally Revealed The Real Problem
Earlier this year, at age 34, I experienced what I self-diagnosed to be an allergic reaction. I wasn't the only one to diagnose it as an allergic reaction—doctors did, too. It took thousands of dollars, multiple office visits, and a number of tests to ultimately determine what was really wrong.
We all know the myriad benefits of wearing a fitness tracker—like motivation, weight loss, and a connection to a community of like-minded healthy people. But what happens when you stop wearing it?
Many of us have gotten back together with someone after breaking up. Some of us have had years and years of an on-and-off-again relationship. Less likely, though, are the odds of giving your marriage another chance after going through the process of getting a divorce.
When Sharon Rae North started having irregular cycles with spotting, she assumed that it was menopause, and her doctor agreed. But when her symptoms persisted, she couldn't ignore a nagging feeling that something just wasn't right. This is her story.