I noticed something over the last 3 months - simply staying HOME makes me feel better. It is when I leave my house and go out in public that I get so terribly sick! Say, I have 4 things to do in town. Some days I might do 2 and then get so sick I have to go home and I might be in the bed for the rest of the day and night and feel bad the next day. I get terrible brain fog and aches and feel like I'm just going to pass OUT. However, when I stay home without leaving the house and/or yard for a few days, I start feeling well- really well! The feet neuropathy thing might still be there, but I can handle that as long as I can lay down when they act up. SO, my husband and I were talking about it tonight - why IS that? When I was pregnant I had a problem going out and getting sick in traffic - exhaust fumes really would make me terribly sick then. I've had extreme reactions with polyurathene and once some paint thinner make me terribly ill. The other thing is bug spray - we simply don't use any of it. My son had an extreme HSP type reaction when he was little after we sprayed for bugs, so all I use is boric acid. It just sorta makes me wonder - ya know? I'm very extroverted - I love to GO. I actually THINK staying home sometimes is much more stressful for me because I feel rather isolated. But I dunno. I'd love everyone's thoughts on this?