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How long can we be ignorant for?

Sigh…as you may have gathered, this journey has been nothing short of complicated and the uncertainty of every aspect of Abbigail’s health is wearing our family thin. 1,039 more words

Abby Update

After the hair transplantation, if one portion of hair on a scalp grow slower than the other portion so, is it normal condition or not?

It is the most common situation, and that’s why many people are very curious to know about this condition. As we all know that normal hair follicles cycle are consist of three different phases known as the anagen (growth) phase, the catogen (transition) phase, and the telogen (rest) phase. 173 more words

Hair

Nothing is easy, even after transplant

After my transplant, I thought that surely God would bless me with a somewhat easy life after everything I’ve been through since getting extremely sick. Since my transplant, life has been far from easy. 83 more words

Cystic Fibrosis

Nobody Ever Said It Would Be Easy

You would think that having gone through the hell that I have been through, that life would be easier after it is all in the past. 66 more words

Cystic Fibrosis

If I may...

If I may, let me introduce myself, my name is Katie and I’m 25 years old (crikey, that sounds very formal). This is my first blog post, so bear with me… I think I’ve just about sussed out how to work this. 287 more words

Autoimmune Hepatitis

Going Organic

Prior to having a double lung transplant (the biggest surgery any person can have) my wife and I used to eat organic here and there. You know just to say we ate organic and try to trick our brains to think we did something healthy…not that we ate unhealthy a lot. 496 more words

Cystic Fibrosis

Building the brave?

So here I am, mid-40s, and only now I am learning that if you are unappologetically you, you feel better about everyone else. And before you are impressed, I am only at the apologetically me stage, but that’s better than the often suppressing me stage. 908 more words