Sisters! I woke up this morning in pain, but of a different kind and without the achy heavy pain I’ve woken up with for the last 20 years. My excision and hyst with BSO by Dr. Dulemba took 2.5 hours. It turns out I also have adeno which confirmed that I was making the right … Continue reading Excision at last: A Thank You note to Nancy’s Nook
Pain. So much of it. Rorsach shapes of pain bloom in my lower back and spread their tendrils throughout my lower limbs. I shift as I lay in this bed, and my throat emits an involuntary gasp as an unexpected stab shoots through my hips. I’m recovering from epidural steroid injections. I know I will … Continue reading Ah pain, you old rascal, you.
This is a great piece by Toni Bernhard who suffers from a chronic illness. I could definitely relate to these should I/should I nots, especially those concerning friends and participating in activities. https://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/turning-straw-gold/201602/should-i-or-shouldn-t-i-the-dilemmas-chronic-illness
The most thorough description I’ve found so far–goes way beyond the sound bytes most news outlets use. If you live in San Francisco or DC, or other international cities that are hosting a march, please consider participating in the Endo March.