And all of the doctors sang in a harmonious tune "we told you so". I just don't like to be told what to do. 🤷🏻♀️ You go to a doctor for help. And I'm not sorry for expecting a solution in any case - especially for my chronic illnesses. If I had a dollar for … Continue reading I dare you.
When I was diagnosed with fibromyalgia, I was relieved to finally have an answer and name to what was causing my body to viciously stab, burn, electrocute, punch, overheat, get random fevers, require a seating in social circumstances, pass out from fatigue even though I just woke up, become randomly nauseous and repulsed by food … Continue reading Medication Shaming
Yesterday, I walked up to their house in a hurry. I was about 10 minutes later than planned. My DD opened the front door - I was greeted by his Mini Aussie, named Ring and a strong, loving hug - the hug I've missed along this road. He felt better today since he was going … Continue reading Sunshine & Starlight
I hate knowing that the ultra sound tech knows what she's seeing. She knows what's wrong or not wrong with you and is unable to say without the radiologist looking at the screening first. Every line she used to measure my kidneys, liver, spleen... and whatever else they requested imagining of, every sound of blood … Continue reading Ultrasound