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  • Originally posted by Faith reloaded 2 View Post
    Allow me to share my work history with you.
    I am on job number 8 out of who knows.

    In one job, I got a standing ovation.

    In one job, I got chocolate and a card.

    In one job, I got a digital card.

    In one job, I won a performance award.

    In one job, I never showed up after my first shift.

    In one job, I got sacked for being too good.
    Do a lot of repeating the dhikr/worship word 'Alhamdulilah' so that Allah graces you in His love and support in all of this and expands for you your rizq/wealth :)
    I was formerly known as LailaTheMuslim

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    • Sister was like
      And I was like
      Then she was like

      And I was like

      and she was like

      and i was like

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      • Say no to summer

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        • neelu

          Broth-
          I've been wanting to try bone broth but hesitated because I always think in my head that if I want to consume it as a medicinal food then I'd prefer to have organic chicken. We don't have organic chicken so it's a bit tricky because if I ​​​​​​ order it online, I have to have that discussion with my parents.
          Usually the parents sort the halal meat and arrange to buy stock and freeze. I don't think my parents will like me going off on my own halal adventure. They will think it's nonsense unless it is a trustworthy halal butcher.

          ​​​​​​Neem:
          Bangladesh should have it but we don't have anyone that will be able to bring it for us. It's more hassle. If an immediate family member ever goes there, I will ask them.
          I saw Neem on a well known drugstore website.

          Private herbalist:
          That would be nice if my parents will let me (I am not using them as an excuse but I'd rather they agree with what I'm doing with these sort of things as they are my 'carers'.
          If anything, I'm more likely to join private healthcare temporarily just so I get thorough checks. Still pending.

          Malabsorption:
          I strongly believe this is the problem. Obviously I am not the expert and shouldn't diagnose myself but I enjoy my food.
          I eat when I am hungry. I've put on a bit of weight. But the food is not going in, no nutrients are being absorbed

          My dad does sometimes remark it's because I don't eat is the reason why I feel light headed, but I do eat so it doesn't make sense to me.
          He just doesn't see me eat.

          Diet:
          It needs improving alot more.
          Alhamdullilah I have cut down on tea. I've only had it a very few times with ginger since I went cold turkey with it. It's an accomplishment for me as tea was an emotional eating habit. Holding a mug in my hands was comforting. I have caffeine free red herbal tea now, not daily as it dries my mouth.

          Getting rid of sugar right now will just resulting in a relapse (lol)
          ​​​​​​as sugar is like my coping mechanism on a really bad day like today .

          Vegetables, I can eat, need to increase the amount, I eat fruit nealry everyday but not five, so that will need to be increased too




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          • I will have to get rid of gluten first but that is going to make me so cranky as it is my main food that makes feel I have fed myself.

            I don't always eat rice daily, definitely don't eat bread daily and I'm not crazy for it.

            After I eat meals,.my body is exhausted like it just had a work out. I think it is hard for it to digest the food, this is why I have been looking into digestive enzymes as a temporary measure until I have got to grips with eliminating some food.

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            • Dr Neelu
              I forgot to say I have the usual back pain and sometimes I have pain from my abdominal spreading to my left hip.

              That's why today was bad because it is agonising, feels like the hip is breaking off.

              Thank you for your patience.

              (P.S called the surgery and the receptionist was rude - they didn't have appointments anyway so I told her she is rude and more)

              Puts me off more contacting them.

              Last edited by Ya'sin; 08-08-22, 10:00 PM.

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              • I'm not a Dr, I'm a patient who just knows what does and doesn't work for me and hoping that experience might help- but bear in mind what works for one person doesn't necessarily work for another.

                I know this is an extremely difficult idea for you to grasp or attempt (I know cos I've been there) but it sounds like there may come a point where you have to make certain unilateral decisions about your health whether your parents like it or not. You wont believe the battles I had on my hands when I first said I need to buy a mobility scooter. Every kind of emotional blackmail from "you're being selfish" to "you're so inconsiderate of our feelings" came from my parents for weeks on end. I realised if I wait for their consent, it'll never arrive, so I had to force the issue. I understood that my parents were probably thinking I'll lose all possibility of marriage prospects if I have a visible disability so they wanted to hide it for as long as possible. Also they hadn't come to terms or accepted in their own minds that I was disabled so were living in denial and trying to impose that denial on me as a coping mechanism- but I can't act like I'm not disabled when I am and that would only put more pressure on me physically to do far more than what I can manage. I decided that if I go to the high street and use a shop mobility scooter, then I'll be seen using it in public and then local aunties will start asking my mum questions and she wont be able to hide it anymore. That forced her to confront the issue and admit I had mobility problems- a few months later I bought the mobility scooter and they didn't try to stop me and shortly after that, my dad built a mini shed in the garden to store it so by that point they were completely on board with the idea and supported it ever since.

                I kinda had to force the issue of going to a private clinic for help as well, but first of all, I had to spend months going to NHS doctors, wasting my time and theirs and it's only when we went to a nasty NHS specialist who was really unhelpful that it helped solidify the conclusion that this route wont work after all and then I went private. I had to use all my savings and borrowed a few thousand from my mum and my brother (which I since paid back with my disability benefit money) to pay for it. My advice if you take that route is BE VERY DISCERNING as to which private clinic you choose. Don't just go to any bupa or spire or whatever they're called. Go to the illness forums, particularly ones where symptoms are more like yours and look up the discussions on what people recommend- look out for the charlatans and snake oil salesmen there as well with the "hey this vid is testimonials from the dozen people we've miraculously cured with MMS/ozone/lightening process" nonsense (ozone might not be nonsense but it's out of most peoples price range so unrealistic and unsuitable for a proportion of patients anyway). I've seen most of them and the biggest conmen promise the quickest fix- I believe it is possible to get better but it isn't easy and it isn't quick and it's not a simple case of take a few pills, it often involves changes in lifestyle and diet etc to be more effective. Be prepared to research your options. Be prepared to think outside the box because your NHS doctor will tell you that you're wasting your time and money when the alternative is to stick with the NHS and accept a slow death sentence with no help- so obviously it makes sense to look at the other options out there.
                The Lyme Disease pandemic: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z5u73ME4sVU

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                • Life is too short to be unhappy.

                  I should go on holiday for a few years, travel the world, do some charity, actually live a life.

                  Who wants to come with me?

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                  • Originally posted by Faith reloaded 2 View Post
                    Life is too short to be unhappy.

                    I should go on holiday for a few years, travel the world, do some charity, actually live a life.

                    Who wants to come with me?
                    can i come?
                    i will give u balloon
                    :orange: www.treasureofthescholars.wordpress.com :orange:

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                    • neelu
                      I said doctor because you're doing a better job at advising me than the general practitioners
                      the more I talk to people with health concerns, the more I find people are facing similar challenges with doctors, doctors who see you as a target that they need to get rid of and offer a temporary solution

                      Frustrating that I have to be my own doctor, I should have just gone to medical school

                      Irritates the heck out of me, I am aware that we should be educated of certain things and use common sense but honestly, my journey with the health service has been unpleasant. I feel like a beggar asking them for help and being told the same thing. Last time the nurse said well if you are low in some vitamins and iron then that is most likely the case again.

                      I'm going to chase them up one more time, to see if they can refer me for a scan.

                      I'm fed up of always being drained and dragging myself, I literally drag myself, the way I walk, the way I get out of bed, the way I talk, it's all forceful.

                      I would like to be a bit more financially comfortable before I dive into the private health and you are absolutely right about finding a trustworthy one


                      Too many scammers around, this includes well known companies nowadays who will gain the consumers trust and steal in broad daylight because their known as a big company.


                      I just wish I wasn't a coward, otherwise I could have drove to other surgeries and referrals. Hate being a dumb wimp in times like this.

                      Jzk for the suggestions Neelu, May Allah SWT reward you abundantly. Ameen



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                      • I need a Robot to iron my clothes They look suspicious though and up to no good

                        Like in dragon ball z when Dr gero (is that the name) released the androids, they killed him, just before they do he cries 'i created you'

                        ​​​​​​​I do miss watching that, I think I'm going to have to watch it a little for a chuckle, the anticipation was so brilliant for this saga


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                        • Originally posted by Faith reloaded 2 View Post
                          Life is too short to be unhappy.

                          I should go on holiday for a few years, travel the world, do some charity, actually live a life.

                          Who wants to come with me?
                          You need three sons.

                          It was narrated from ‘Abd-Allaah ibn ‘Amr ibn al-‘Aas that the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) said: “The (lone) rider is a devil, two riders are two devils and three are a travelling party.” Narrated by al-Tirmidhi (1674), who said it is a hasan hadeeth. It was also classed as hasan by Ibn Hajar in Fath al-Baari (6/53) and by al-Albaani in al-Silsilah al-Saheehah (62).

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                          • Originally posted by Ya'sin View Post
                            neelu
                            I said doctor because you're doing a better job at advising me than the general practitioners
                            the more I talk to people with health concerns, the more I find people are facing similar challenges with doctors, doctors who see you as a target that they need to get rid of and offer a temporary solution

                            Frustrating that I have to be my own doctor, I should have just gone to medical school

                            Irritates the heck out of me, I am aware that we should be educated of certain things and use common sense but honestly, my journey with the health service has been unpleasant. I feel like a beggar asking them for help and being told the same thing. Last time the nurse said well if you are low in some vitamins and iron then that is most likely the case again.

                            I'm going to chase them up one more time, to see if they can refer me for a scan.

                            I'm fed up of always being drained and dragging myself, I literally drag myself, the way I walk, the way I get out of bed, the way I talk, it's all forceful.

                            I would like to be a bit more financially comfortable before I dive into the private health and you are absolutely right about finding a trustworthy one


                            Too many scammers around, this includes well known companies nowadays who will gain the consumers trust and steal in broad daylight because their known as a big company.


                            I just wish I wasn't a coward, otherwise I could have drove to other surgeries and referrals. Hate being a dumb wimp in times like this.

                            Jzk for the suggestions Neelu, May Allah SWT reward you abundantly. Ameen


                            BarakAllah fiq, I hope you do find some answers that help. I only reached this point of knowing what I know cos I realised NHS doctors were a dead end and had to find my own answers (doctors HATE when you say you found answers on the internet- but it's not like they give you any satisfactory answers anyway so what do they expect us to do?). In the early days, illness forums really helped. Most of them have gone now cos everyone flocked to social media, but one of them 'Foggy friends' still exists. Like Ummah, it has fewer users in recent years so is quieter than it used to be, but it's still ticking along. In a way, the forums save you the trouble of having to read around too much cos then you benefit from the experience of 7 other people who are going through the same thing for years but some found a remedy to relieve aches and pains and some found a medicine that improves digestion and some find a good herbalist or homeopath and that makes it easier to know where to look for stuff you need. On top of that, they go through the same family issues of people thinking they're lazy or not trying hard enough and they all know what that's like. If I were in your shoes, I'd consider joining the forum.

                            If you do decide to go the private route, let me know and I'll let you know which of the non NHS clinics are worth going to. I can let you know which ones have been recommended and have a good reputation. Don't assume that a 'doctor' can give better or more effective care than someone qualified in herbal medicine or alternative therapies- in fact the best qualified Lyme doctors use a variety of treatment methods (pharmaceutical medicine, herbs, homeopathy, counselling and other therapies). You may have to consider travelling out of town for a while to get there. I was VERY blessed alhamdullilah that even though there were only 3 specialist doctors in the UK that treated Lyme back then, one of the clinics happened to be only a 20 minute drive away.
                            The Lyme Disease pandemic: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z5u73ME4sVU

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                            • Everybody have a good day .Inshallah.
                              'If you are grateful, I will surely increase you [in favor]'

                              Surah Ibrahim (14:7)

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                              • Originally posted by Ya'sin View Post
                                I need a Robot to iron my clothes They look suspicious though and up to no good

                                Like in dragon ball z when Dr gero (is that the name) released the androids, they killed him, just before they do he cries 'i created you'

                                I do miss watching that, I think I'm going to have to watch it a little for a chuckle, the anticipation was so brilliant for this saga

                                I don't know of a robot, but some people are saying you can get a certain type of steamer that works better and faster than an iron at smoothing out creases in your clothes. I've seen an occasional infomercial about them on late night TV (teleshopping) and I've heard that some hotel rooms have them in recent years but I don't know the exact name for them. I think if it does the job faster, more efficiently and easily then it might be worth a try.
                                The Lyme Disease pandemic: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z5u73ME4sVU

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