It's been a couple of weeks since I saw my new GI and he was perplexed. He said to me, I do not think a person with Crohn's disease can have their colon completely healed after a year of treatment with Humira. I don't think you have Crohn's . . . . . WEll, WHAT … Continue reading Med Free? . . .
It's round 2, I'm backed against the ropes, bruised and exhausted . . . sighs . . Last Wednesday I felt so much better that I stupidly went to work for a half day, but I felt good! Slept well, throat wasn't sore, I was happy. When I left work, I went to the grocery … Continue reading Tonsils Takedown Round 2!
I just had a good cry, I should sleep very well tonight! I was watching a show called Code Black, thinking it was a typical ER drama I had it on my TV as background noise to tune out Ms. Godzilla that lives upstairs (can't wait until this lease ends!). As I was barely paying … Continue reading The fear of going under . . .
I left work yesterday because of stomach pains, good ole cramps. Bleeding has been back and looks like it won't go away until I start some new meds or go back to my dear friend Prednisone! The bleeding came back shortly after I weaned off the drug . . I think my GI lied to … Continue reading Deja Vu . . .
I'm a summer baby and love warm weather, and love it even more as I get older because it never causes hazardous conditions. Ever since I got into my accident I refuse to drive when there is any possibility of icy roads even when it comes to my health. I ran out of my Apriso … Continue reading I hate winter . . .
My personal slogan for 2015 . .
I've learned that Thanksgiving is no longer an enjoyable holiday, its such a scary day for people with IBD. I still ate everything in sight and totally regretted it, but it's Thanksgiving, everyone suffers on this day right? lol Did anyone have an IBD friendly Thanksgiving? Would you be willing to share your reciepes? Might … Continue reading You gotta laugh – Thanksgiving 🙂
Too many pills!!! I can so relate . . .
Last week I went to my great aunt's funeral. She was terminally ill and bedridden for the last ten years of her life. After surviving a stroke, she could no longer speak and eventually lost her battle with cancer. It was hard for me to visit her because growing up she was such a boisterous woman and to see … Continue reading Life is precious. . .