Here I discuss my son’s reaction to seeing an ironing board for the first time, and why it’s taken 4 years for the concept of ironing to (finally!) enter his radar.
M.E and self-doubt. Why, after all these years do I STILL question my reality?
People with ME and/or POTS have body’s that struggle with temperature regulation – and I am no exception.
The last time I had an anaesthetic, it didn’t end well for me. So this time, I wanted it to be different.
Monday’s procedure of stretching my wee shoot to help alleviate symptoms of Overactive Bladder (OAB) went well. The technical name for this procedure is ‘Urethral Dilatation’. No slicing, dicing, or removal of anything involved. Just go up my pee shoot, stretch it like an elastic band and then let it ping back into shape. Bish…
I’m having surgery today. Yet, I’m not worried about the procedure itself; I’m worried about the anaesthetic.
Here, I explain why …
I rather stupidly thought I’d gotten away with it. ‘It’ being our trip away to see friends. Tut tut. Silly me.
We’re just back from a trip away to see one of my oldest and bestest mates and her family. Sounds fun and pretty normal right? Wrong.
I mean, yes it’s definitely fun – it was the most I’ve laughed in ages. But no, this is not normal for us.