Tags » Long Term Illness

(Not so) Easy Come, (Way too) Easy Go

Since my last update, I have been feeling significantly better. I didn’t check in here about it, partly¬†out of fear of jinxing my improvement, partly because I was too busy living my life like a (nearly) regular person, and partly because I didn’t believe it was really happening. 553 more words

How Your Pharmacist Can help You Every Day with Self Care

Self-Care for life

Are you suffering from cold and flu and need to visit A & E?

Self-Care for life

Well from the 16th November to the 22nd November is self-care week. 329 more words


Undiagnosed illnesses leave doctors with bad bedside manners: health columnist - Manitoba - CBC News

Duczminski, 29, said she’s spent close to two years in and out of hospital seeking respite from myriad symptoms, ranging from headaches to partial paralysis, only to get conflicting diagnoses, ridicule or both.And that, CBC health columnist Dr.

35 more words
Hospital News


Three weeks of butt injections completed; three weeks cancelled. It was a mutual decision between my doctor, and my wife and I. The cons were outweighing the pros. 758 more words

The Disconnect

One of the biggest challenges of living with Lyme for me is the incredible difference between the good days and the bad. There is such a disconnect between the two. 374 more words

Report from The New

I’m happy to report that I had a great stretch, which coincided with moving! I felt really well for about a week. Timing could not have been better, and it’s a relief to have the move behind us, not to mention to be living so much closer to my doctor! 591 more words

When Patience Blooms

This is the first time this beautiful rose has bloomed in the eight years we have been at our home. My father moved it from under the shaded trees about a year ago, not believing it would ever bloom. 501 more words