Just after my diagnosis I noticed that I was suffering with what I thought was just stress incontinence and just put it down to my age. Over a few months it progressively got more frequent and not just when I sneezed. so I went to the dr. and told that it was indeed normal for … Continue reading living with Incontinence at 43
After a lot of thinking time, I have decided that in order for me to start a fresh and be able to document my journey (has that phrase been killed?) from that point I need to rant. Its a good way of getting gall of the crap out of your system so you can see … Continue reading Let’s have a little rant shall we
Even though we are almost at the end of January already this is my “goodbye 2019 and hello 2020” post. I have also lost most of this month and indeed most of 2019 to being ill and on meds. Knowing that this is how I am going to be for life has been taking a … Continue reading Hello 2020
We are always being told that eating a well balance diet is good for our health so what are you supposed to do when the foods we eat can make symptoms worse? The link between specific foods and fibromyalgia are still very much in debate but as all of my friends with chronic illnesses say … Continue reading Fibromyalgia and food.
I can’t remember a time when I didn’t hurt, not anymore anyway. I can’t even fully remember when the pain started but i think it is somewhere around the 13 year mark. Either way all that doesn’t really matter. I’ve been diagnosed with Fibromyalgia for three years and with thanks to high profile cases in … Continue reading Fibromyalgia
I had a plan I had children at a young age, that way by the time they grew up I was still young enough to make the most of the post child rearing stage. I never gave any thought to what I would do as I was too busy bringing up my boys. As our … Continue reading Having “A Moment”
If I have to write and delete the start of this post one more time I may put my laptop away and bury myself in the duvets and blankets that currently surround me, as I sit and try not to lose my flow while my morning medication kicks in. The view out of my bedroom … Continue reading A Change of Pace