One of my previous posts I titled as the most terrifying experience. At the time I thought it was, but sadly it was not and last week it went to a whole new level of scariness. I had not been discharged long but I needed up needing to go back to hospital. It all started… Continue reading No wonder asthmatics don’t go to hospital early!
Living with pretty unstable asthma side effects seem to be something I contend with a lot of the time. I sometimes feel I take more medication for side effects of stuff than I do for my actual asthma. Prednisilone gives me the most side effects but I have been relatively lucky that it has not… Continue reading Dealing with side effects
One thing I have found since my asthma has got worse is how important friends and friendships are. You know your good friends as they are the ones that no matter what time it is or however often you are in hospital they are there for you. They are the ones who know what to… Continue reading Importance of Friendships
The title makes it sound fancy but its not. I guess if I was a pro golfer a sabbatical might be the right word but I have decided to take a year out from playing golf. I didnt make the decision lightly and I thought long and hard about it but this last year I… Continue reading Taking a sabbatical from golf
In my previous post I wrote how I had had a bit of a rough hospital admission and ended up in intensive care, which is not new. I have been before several times and this time in all honestly was not the worst I have been. I wonder if that is why I am having… Continue reading Flashbacks from Intensive Care
I have been longing to write down what I have recently been through but at the same time I have had no idea about where to start and have no energy to really sit down and process everything. Over the years I have been in and out of hospital, in and out of resus, intensive… Continue reading Terrifying experience