Another busy stressful week, can't wait until this conference is over at my job, so exhausting. As a result of the stress I saw blood for the first time in months . . . sighs . . . can't sleep, felt nauseous for a few days and hard to breath one day. I think I was … Continue reading A bad day can be really bad . .
I really didn't intend to take a little break after my remission post, but I was exhausted. Instead of napping after my colonoscopy I stayed up and ate myself into oblivion, and was exhausted and constipated for days. Didn't feel better until New Year's Eve and of course I wanted to go out, but due … Continue reading 2016 will be different! . .
Give me the strength! . . smh Currently taking 3 out of 5, I guess that's not too bad . . .
As you can tell I've been very moody this week 😉 Life has been busy and to some blogging on a Friday night might seem lame, but it feels wonderful to just lay in bed, sooo tired. On Sunday I had my first Humira injections and for those of you who are familiar, the first dosage … Continue reading Humira . . . ouch!! 😦
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 . . .
I think I'm an amazing actress! For the past month I have been bleeding everyday, severe bloating often, severe fatigue, and insomnia but somehow I am able to commute and work 40 hours a week, all with a smile on my face. I should win an Oscar because I don't believe the average person can do that. … Continue reading Sick of biting my tongue . . .
Earlier this week I FINALLY saw my GI, even though it was only for 5 minutes. .The PA and my GI both agreed that the next step of my treatment is Humira. Since I've been bleeding for the past month and the low dosage of prednisone has had no effect, and Apriso has never worked … Continue reading Humira it is . . . .