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Hi, my name is Randy. I had a healthy childhood and active life up until about the age of 35. I met my wife and we spent every weekend hiking trails and going on adventures. We were not sedentary people. She ate very healthy and I ate somewhat healthy.
One day I was driving home and my legs began locking up on me uncontrollably. Luckily I was only a block or two from home and was able to make it back without getting into an accident. After I got home, all of my muscles in my body began seizing up. I couldn't eat. I couldn't drink. Within 3 days, I couldn't walk. I wasn't able to do anything. All my muscles were having spasms and fasciculations. I needed help just getting to the bathroom.
The doctors couldn't come up with any cause or treatment. After a few weeks I was able to walk again, but I was so weak and shaky that it took me a couple months before I could even walk to the end of the short driveway to get the mail. With no answers, we decided to fly across the country to the Mayo Clinic in Jacksonville Fl.
The Mayo clinic did a bunch of tests and also had no explanation as to why this was happening. However, one of the tests they did was for my liver enzymes (ALT and AST) and they said these were quite high and that I needed to get my liver checked out as soon as I got back home.
When I got home, I saw a liver specialist who did a liver biopsy. She told me that I had Benign Fatty Liver Disease and that I should be fine as long as I take care of myself and don't go crazy on bad food. Now, I didn't really drink alcohol, so it was of the non-alcoholic version of fatty liver disease. At the time I didn't think much of it.
Over the years I slowly gained some ability for activity back, such as walking. I still had neuropathies and some degenerative nerve atrophy that was unexplained. I battled with cognitive issues and a myriad of other symptoms. My weight crept slowly up from about 235 lbs. to about 255 lbs. over the course of about 7 years. Then things got really bad for me.
I was taking walks daily to keep my strength up, but started to notice that each day I was getting weaker and weaker and my shaking was getting worse. Within two weeks I was practically bed ridden. I could only make it down and up the stairs one time a day as my muscles hurt so bad and refused to function.
I spent my days sitting in my lounge chair watching TV and then in bed. I could hardly hold on to anything. It took both hands just to get a cup of water to my mouth. I couldn't be on my feet for more than 5 mins or my legs would give out. My 2 year old daughter couldn't sit on my lap because it was too painful for me. I literally thought I was going to die. Because I felt so weak and was incapable of cooking proper meals, I relied on junk food and microwaveable food. With no activity and my poor diet, my weight climbed at a quick pace.
At this time I was able to get into Children's Hospital as a one-time visit with a referral because some tests came back showing my mitochondrial function to be abnormally low. Children's ran some expensive genetic tests which took nearly a year to complete. One of the tests alone cost over $11, 000. Meanwhile they suspected Mitochondrial Myopathy and put me on a cocktail of supplements to help treat that. When the tests results came back, they told me that my main diagnosis was Paroxysmal Nonkinesiogenic Dyskinesia (PNKD) with an unknown significance of Mitochondrial Myopathy. PNKD causes your muscles to seize up, while the Mito keeps your cells from creating and transferring ATP (energy needed for everything).
Over the next few years I slowly regained some strength and function, but I always needed food more than ever. If I went too long without food (sometimes just a few hours) I would 'crash', which means I got really weak and shaky and lay on the couch for hours in a near comatose state until I could function again.
During this time, other health issues developed. I was the lucky recipient of severe suicide inducing tinnitus (ringing in the ears), which I still have. I also was blessed with debilitating plantar fasciitis. The plantar fasciitis was the variety where the ligament has basically torn away from the base of the heal. How that happens to someone who isn't very active is crazy.
Since this last year I have found a doctor to help treat the PNKD and I am currently taking anti-convuslants which have made a big difference in keeping my muscles from locking up. I still take a lot of supplements and medication. You can imagine that this isn't helpful for someone with fatty liver disease.
This winter I went to the doctor because of constant side pain. To be honest, I'm in pain all the time and have been for years. I don't think there one single area of my body that isn't in pain and/or discomfort. I was sent to get an ultrasound to rule out gallstones and what not. After the test, the radiology doctor came in and took a quick look and told me that I was going to be dealing with liver failure because of the diffused fat in it and then he abruptly walked out of the room. I was stunned. After everything I went through over the years, here is that 'benign fatty liver disease' crashing down upon my head.
Twelve years later, weighing nearly 300 lbs., I'm in a panic to find a way to reverse my fatty liver disease. The doctor wants me to diet and exercise. That almost seems like an impossibility for someone like me. Does he not understand my health history? I've been trying to find a way to diet and exercise for over a decade only to be shut down by all my health problems every time. For some of us it just isn't that easy. But you know what? I figured it out. What has eluded me for so long, and now born of necessity, is not only possible but inevitable. I am doing it!
I'm here to tell you, that if I can do it with all my health issues, you can do it too! 5 weeks in and I've already lost 20 lbs. and feel better than I have in years.
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