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Reliability And Symptom Reporting

I don’t know about you, but I am not always reliable with my accounts of things.

I do my best, to the point, that I think I know what I am saying… but, clearly all of us are wrong from time to time, and I’m no exception!

I am sure this happens with symptom reporting too!

Also, I am talking with my doctor more regarding my medication concerns, which is good.

As always, I start with “one day at a time,” and go from there…

How are you at reliability as it pertains to symptom reporting?

BTW Merry Christmas to those who celebrate it.

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  1. I rely heavily on my husband’s account of my moods – especially those that center around apathy. I sometimes take him to appointments with me, when able; because I’m far more likely to say “I’m doing okay,” no matter how I’m doing.

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  2. I am utterly unreliable with tracking symptoms and I’ve learned to be okay with that. I found when I tried to track things, I’d start labeling normal reactions as symptoms or I’d start overanalyzing things. Now I just kind of summarize my experience to doctors the best I can if I need to.

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