[N]ever been as pleased with a headache before. After seven days off-round, I was so anxious to get started again that I couldn’t wait for Monday morning, so I started chelating at 8 PM on Sunday. By 10 PM I had a beautiful frontal headache that filled me with joy. Having just discovered my heavy metal toxicity in April, this is only my 14th round and I’m still slightly incredulous at having discovered the source of my 12 year health crisis (and 30 year history of weirdness).
Have you ever moved to a new city that was dramatically different – like from the beach to the mountains? We did that and it took years to feel like home – I’d look around (even after three years) and think “How did I get here? What am I doing here?”
After plumbing the depths of despair with my illness, learning that I could recover to near 100% someday, takes some reminding and getting used to. So, that chelation headache was my little reminder that I’m on track and got it figured out. Wow.