HGH & FMS Experiment

Where Human Growth Hormone Meets Fibromyalgia

6/09/2003

Posted by Thumper on February 3, 2007

I got to the Y a little earlier than usual today, and as I feared, the place was packed. There wasn’t an available lane, and the 3 lucky people to get one weren’t in a sharing mood (no complaints, I don’t like sharing either; I will, but I prefer to swim alone.) There was an old-folks water exercise class going on in a double wide lane, and free swim in the narrow single lane at the end.

Towards the end of their class, the old folks kindly moved into the narrow free swim area to let the free swimmers have the double lane, and the kids who were there offered to let me have the far side of it so that I could swim laps. That, I thought, was pretty damned cool and very considerate.

I’m hoping that with summer coming on, the pool won’t get overly crowded. The Y is offering a summer pool pass for $100/family, so I’m afraid it might. Dangit.

I’ve been off the nightly dose of benedryl for about a week, maybe a bit longer—it was rough at first, but I noticed last night I slept really well. And I would have the night before last if the motor of the bedroom fan hadn’t started to burn up (kudos to Max the Cat, who very purposefully woke me up.) Not only did I sleep through the night, I felt rested this morning—I woke up an hour earlier than I normally do.

Only HGH problem… I alternate my injection sites, and my left forearm isn’t liking this much anymore. It’s the only place where the injection now hurts. I’m not sure why, but I’ll avoid it for a while and see what happens later.

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