It’s Complicated Part Three

Three months post-op and I’d made it to that magic date, the time when my surgeon said I’d begin to feel less pain and start to be myself again. Only… the nerves at my right incision site were doing their darndest to heal and in the process they sent off crazy misguided and wholly unnecessary… Continue reading It’s Complicated Part Three

When You’re Misdiagnosed

I’ve spoken a bit about my journey to diagnosis with POTS or postural orthostatic tachycardia syndrome on this blogĀ here But this post is a bit different. This is what happened in mid 2017 when I got fed up with being tired all the time and my heart going bonkers whenever I tried to walk anywhere.… Continue reading When You’re Misdiagnosed

Through The Curtain: The Things You Learn About Your Fellow Patients

I’ve just arrived home from a few days in hospital hooked up to the cardiac monitors. Last time, I flew through ED and Acute Care and it wasn’t long before I had a bed on the cardiology ward. Well, by flew through, I mean it took around seven hours, and I was settled in my… Continue reading Through The Curtain: The Things You Learn About Your Fellow Patients