A few changes have happened over the last couple days. First I got my car back on Tuesday. It wasn’t in the shop as long as I thought it would be. As far as I can tell it drives just as well as before the accident. The guys at the auto body shop did a top notch job. I can’t tell any difference from the car body appearance. My car was struck right on the passenger side front tire so I was afraid some engine damage would be done. I was actually afraid the car would have to be completely totaled. But once everything was done the car was fixed just as well before the accident.
I had my esophagus scoped as well on Tuesday. After the doctor took a couple biopsies, he came to the conclusion that I have some inflammation that could possibly be caused by food allergies. I can’t recall the name of the condition right off hand but it goes by the abbreviation of EoE. You can Google EoE for more information. As it looks right now, if these problems are caused by food allergies, I’ll have to severely reduce my intake of foods that contain wheat, corn, dairy products, and other foods known to promote allergic reactions. I have known for a few years on days I don’t eat bread I feel better physically and mentally. I haven’t drank milk or ate yogurt on a regular basis for years. But it looks like I may be having to give up bread and most other foods with wheat. Have to be reading labels much closer now.
I’m now two weeks into my chiropractic program. Doing some at home exercises in addition to getting my back worked on in the office three days per week. Looks like I’ll be doing this chiropractic routine well into the winter.
We got our first snow of the season yesterday. Got at least five inches of snow after a steady rain. It was tough navigating the streets in the snow as I had appointments for chiropractic and had to run other errands. But we have at least four months of this ahead. The first snow is usually the one that catches everyone off guard.
Between the ongoing chiropractic therapy, getting my car back, getting my esophagus scoped, and adding two new medications as a result of the esophagus scope, it has been anything but an average week. But getting my car back is a step in the right direction of my desire for a return to a sense of normal.