Thinking Out Loud: 3 Minutes on Time & Disability A new series I’m toying with. I can talk for hours, and hours on any numbers of subject, but that’s not always possible, or necessary, sometimes all it takes is three minutes to get a point across. Follow me: Newsletter | Twitter | Instagram | YouTube
14 Sigmoidoscopy Tips From my sigmoidoscopy experience I came away with a lot of sigmoidoscopy tips that I wish I had. I realise there’s a lot of things they don’t tell you, that they really should. Some may seem like common sense, but it’s really difficult to know what you need after you’ve just going […]
3 Reasons Why Being Undiagnosed Ain’t Easy If you’re undiagnosed you know the endless fight that is trying to get a diagnosis. You know just how tiring it is, how much everyone wants to listen to someone other than you talk, and how mental taxing it ends up being. Follow me: Newsletter | Twitter | Instagram | YouTube
13 Moviprep tips to make the experience easier. Moviprep sucks, let’s get this out of the way. It really does suck. Even if you find the taste not too bad, a litre of the stuff later you’re going to want to tip it down the drain. But, you gotta drink it. Then, you gotta show […]
Not with a bang, but with a whimper. Part 2.
There was no rest bite. By the middle of December we were sleeping – or rather I was sleeping in ten to twenty minute bursts if i was lucky. The Gent got a bit more sleep, but only because he ended up tuning my screams, moans, and mumbling out. I was extremely sleep deprived, and I’ve never felt that way before. I was delirious. I didn’t know what day was, the time, or anything really – only that I existed to hurt.
April Favourites It’s time for April favourites! We’re nearly out of April now, and I’m pretty sure I’ve collected more than a few favourites – I’ll refrain from listing them all! It’s been an odd sort of month. There’s been taxes, work, and the start of YouTube. I’ve been exposed to the outside more than […]
Advice | How to survive, or at least ‘tolerate’, a chronic illness flares.
Chronic illness flares are nothing to joke about. They come on unexpectedly, last anywhere from a few minutes to hours, and are usually just brutal. The main way my chronic illness flares is through pain, general ‘achiness’, and if it’s my IBS – stomach cramps, and a lot of toilet time.
Get to Know Me: What are My Disabilities? My CRPS Story Fancy listening to me natter on about my medical ailments and disabilities in video form? Now you can! I make videos now, it’s a thing apparently. The video covers nearly all of my chronic illnesses/disabilities (naturally, I forgot a few), and what happened this […]
MRI Tips and Tricks In the past ten years I’ve had around ten MRIs, heck I’ve probably had more, but they all blur into one after a while. The MRIs I’ve had have taken place in lorry like transportable vans, private facilities, seperate building, and hospitals, and from what I can tell there seems to […]