Hello World it's me! The below picture was taken this past weekend for Halloween, I was a fancy Witch 😉 I think it's a nice picture of me, but I immediately noticed how fat my cheeks were. I believe its obvious I've gained weight, around this time last year I was 14 pounds lighter. This is … Continue reading Moon-face? . . . .
Give me the strength! . . smh Currently taking 3 out of 5, I guess that's not too bad . . .
Too many pills!!! I can so relate . . .
Holy Crap! You know you're sick when you have your personal hazardous materials disposal container. I am learning to accept that IBD is no joke . . I might look "great" (as I've been told by many) but inside my body is literally attacking itself. Lately I've been eating everything in sight with no bloating or abdominal … Continue reading New stage in treatment . . .
A picture can say a thousand words. My medicine corner has turned into a 'meds drawer'. Don't be too alarmed a few bottles are empty, saved them for traveling. Sighs . . . .
Have you ever stared at the ceiling to prevent tears from falling on your face? To avoid letting someone see you cry? That was me today. It wasn't like I was shocked by the news, but I felt like I reached my breaking point. After two weeks of horrible symptoms I finally got to see my … Continue reading Not good news . . . . 😦
For those that have an IBD the amount of pills you take daily can be overwhelming for most. When you tell people, "Yeah I take 10+ pills a day" . . and hear a gasp or OMG! You feel just as sad, but it eventually becomes another daily routine. It's not fun or easy, but it needs to … Continue reading Medicine Haul . . .
I'm MAD! I'm mad with Giant pharmacy, CIGNA, and my GI. I called Giant last Wednesday to refill my Apriso prescription. I didn't hear anything from the pharmacy for two days so I called, they stated they cannot refill my prescription until February 18. I calmly asked why, they stated we provided you with a 30 day supply … Continue reading Rx drama . . . again . . .
This past Friday I had a follow-up appointment with my GI’s office, I met with a physician assistant (PA) since my GI was unavailable. The PA was an older woman, and I could tell she was nervous, and inside I slowly rolled my eyes and thought, maybe I should have waited to meet with my … Continue reading Follow-up with the GI . . . . .