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The Lady's Handbook for Her Mysterious Illness Sarah Ramey Recounts The Decade Long Saga Of How A Seemingly Minor Illness In Her Senior Year Of College Turned Into A Prolonged And Elusive Condition That Destroyed Her Health But That Doctors Couldn T Diagnose Or Treat Worse, As They Failed To Cure Her, They Hinted That Her Devastating Symptoms Were PsychologicalThe Lady S Handbook For Her Mysterious Illness Is A Memoir With A Mission, To Help The Millions Of Mostly Women Who Suffer From Unnamed Or Misunderstood ConditionsRamey S Pursuit Of A Diagnosis And Cure For Her Own Mysterious Illness Is A Medical Mystery That She Says Reveals A New Understanding Of Today S Chronic Illnesses As Ecological In Nature, Driven By Modern Changes To The Basic Foundations Of Health, From The Quality Of Our Sleep, Diet, And Social Connection To The State Of Our Microbiomes

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10 thoughts on “The Lady's Handbook for Her Mysterious Illness

  1. says:

    I don t want to get too hyperbolic here but this is life changing As a woman with a mysterious illness it ll make you feel seen and heard but also I hope it ll be eye opening for others regardless It s sometimes hard to read when it feels like parts of it are telling your own life and experience back to you, but it is reaffirming and she frames those experiences so beautifully and meaningfully I kind of feel grateful that she even put some o

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    Woman I have chronic painSexist doctor kingly flourish I diagnose you with HYSTERIAWoman S.D Woman S.D Woman S.D I ll refer you to a proctologist to have that uterus checked out.Woman What S.D Try not to cry your womanly tears all over the floor on the way out.

  3. says:

    5 stars We are women with mysterious illnesses, and we are everywhere.As a person that has multiple chronic illnesses, I knew I had to read this book When I was 17, I went to my GP and gave her a list of my symptoms and asked her if I could have endometriosis She said I was too young but sent me fortesting Over the next 7 years I was passed round many different specialists and doctors, at one point being told I had a brain tumouronly for a month later being

  4. says:

    I just read all 411 pages of this excruciating book and my only motivation for finishing it was to tell people how awful it is withauthority Here s my rant I can t imagine how this got published, honestly In fact, it is so bad that I have written my first review on Goodreads since it was acquired by , just in case any of my friends were thinking of reading it.I love sickness memoirs At their best, they help me put what is happening to my body in a political, philos

  5. says:

    As someone who lives with chronic pain that has a specific reason, I can only imagine what chronic pain without a diagnosis is like Sarah Ramey tells the whole truth here, without flinching, and calls every person to really listen to her story It isn t for the faint of heart but, then again, I suppose that is the point that not a one of us is faint of heart and we would do well to pay attention to each other An important, essential book I received a digital ARC from the pu

  6. says:

    In February, before the COVID 19 pandemic really hit the United States, I had a kidney infection I had never had one before For four days I suffered through intense, often stabbing pains I did all my usual things extra tea, extra sleep, curling into the fetal position and breathing when I could Until I realized I had a fever, it didn t occur to me that I might need to seek medical attention You see, for me, this type of pain is normal Wrapping around myself, maybe a few Advils, an

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    I ve been MIA on goodreads for a while, not only is the world in mayhem but my own illnesses have been ravaging my body as of late I haven t read as much recently, but I desperately need this book right now Finding people who understand you is sometimes the best medicine YES This book sounds like it could have been written about me, which is just a reminder that way too many women experience gas lighting and blatant dismissal from doctors I can t wait to read this.

  8. says:

    I received a copy of this book from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.This book really resonated with me Two years ago I developed a mysterious illness that caused me to be in pain whenever I would eat I ve been given a couple of diagnoses that are mentioned in the book IBS, SIBO , but no one has ever been able to tell my why I got sick or how I can get better I ve seen a lot of doctors, tried a lot medications, and cut out a lot of foods I loved, and all I can say is that two years I re

  9. says:

    My feelings about this book swung wildly from incredible to wtf real quick As a memoir of someone with chronic illness Part I of this book is a great impactful read I empathise with Sarah Ramey as her health worsens, and she deals with a terrible capitalist healthcare system The medical trauma in her account is horrifying, and yet believable I can picture several people I ve worked with who would fit right in as the awful unprofessional biased doctors she had the misery of dealing with I wa My feelings a

  10. says:

    BuT YoU LoOk FiNe How many different ways have you thought, spoken, or applied these words to someone else How often have they assaulted your own ears Tormented you in private Cropped up again and again throughout your life to spiral you into frustration then into disappointment in seconds How many times have you heard them launch from the mouths of the people you love, the strangers you ve only just met, the doctors who have no definitive answers, no diagnoses as of yet, or the friend BuT YoU LoOk FiNe How many

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