This is a draft of a blog post that I started a wee while ago and never posted it. I thought I would post it now. When writing blog posts I have a few different types, I have the updates particularly if I have been to an out patient appointment or something. Then I have… Continue reading Writing: planned vs spontaneous
After being seen in neurology I felt kind of positive. I was excited because I was going to be part of a trial for the type of nerve injury I have. I have just received the clinic letter which is eye opening and reading the findings just makes it feel so much more complex. It… Continue reading Struggling to stay positive
Last week I was in Manchester at the NHS Expo. On the train my phone went and I saw it was the hospital calling- all calls that come from them show up as the same number no matter the department. Of course I just assumed it was respiratory because who else would be calling me.… Continue reading DCN: Department of Clinical Neurology
I think so far I have managed not to mention the B word on my blog. I am not one that is in to politics and after this fiasco I am completely and utterly fed up with it. One thing over the last few weeks I have noticed there has been more concern over medication… Continue reading The Implications of Brexit on medication supplies
One thing I have become very aware of is how we adapt to recovery in different ways. This last hospital admission has really highlighted that to me as recovery has been far from straight forward and a totally new experience for me- even after getting my knee operated on was easier than this. Previously when… Continue reading Recovery- its not easy and so frustrating!!