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A Day in My Life With Myalgic Encephalomyelitis

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My alarm goes off but I make no movements. My head feels like it’s weighed down by cement bricks and my body feels like I’ve had the flu for three years.

In essence, that’s exactly what it is. I manage to drag myself from bed and I can feel every pound that makes up my body’s weight as I try to push myself to my feet.

Will this be the day my spine crumples like an accordion? My joints crack and pop as I make my way over to my sink to wash my face, debating whether or not a shower will be worth the heat intolerance and presyncope first thing in the morning.

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