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Flaying the fronds

After throwing its weight around, the wind has died down, leaving one of those blue skies with fluffy clouds and a very cold nip in the air. 738 more words


The best way out is through

Yesterday I got the news that I have to get a colonoscopy. Ugh. My GP sent me for a routine colon screening test – the… 282 more words


Hysteroscopy done.

I had my hysceroscopy done today. Dr. P said there were a bunch of polyps in my uterus- she cut them out and now it’s all cleaned out. 105 more words



Fresh from the colonoscopy 2 weeks ago, I received results: two polyps… 

Benign adenomas, precancerous, come back in a year… *Sigh*…

It was disappointing learning of the polyps since it has been only one year since the… 933 more words

Why Does My Body Betray Me?

What types of scans can be paid for using Medisave?

(Source: www.areyouready.sg)


#Didyouknow that you can use your Medisave to pay for various outpatient scans and screenings upon your doctor’s advice?


Outpatient MRI scans, CT scans, and other diagnostics for cancer patients… 255 more words

Current Affairs

Three in a row. 

I do realize that I haven’t posted a legit post in weeks. I’d like to claim that work and the boys have me just crazy busy and well, it’s true. 415 more words


Colorectal, ovarian-uterine, prostate, kidney, liver and bladder cancer risk Factor

COPKL: Colorectal, ovarian/uterine, prostate, kidney, liver and bladder cancer risk Factor, formula by Connie Dello Buono , ©12Sept2016

Assumption: Female/Male, over 50yrs of age, on western diet, lives in Northern hemisphere, have families with cancer, diabetes and polyps, prone to allergies (lack zinc), digestive disorders, high dairy and sugar consumption (low magnesium and calcium,iron) and had used some medications in the past… 1,238 more words