When it comes to my health I have a few security blankets one being my inhalers and the second my medic alert bracelet. When you live with a condition that can render you speechless it is a huge fear that I won't be able to tell anyone what is wrong with me if I need… Continue reading Medic Alert- my security blanket
Being on Biologics for Spontaneous Idiopathic Urticaria and Angioedema
After years of struggling with what I thought was only allergies I was formally diagnosed with spontaneous idiopathic urticaria and angioedema (I will refer to it as urticaria from here as it is a mouthful and a lot to write over and over). I wrote a blog post about it a few months ago, it… Continue reading Being on Biologics for Spontaneous Idiopathic Urticaria and Angioedema
Spontaneous Idiopathic Urticaria
Finally I have a formal diagnosis of spontaneous idiopathic urticaria for the allergic type symptoms I have been experiencing and unable to control despite multiple different types of anti histamines, anti leukotriene receptors, histamine-1 blockers and oral corticosteroids. The outbreaks of hives and associated itching as well as angioedema can often be debilitating and leave… Continue reading Spontaneous Idiopathic Urticaria
Did you know severe asthma is way more than only severe asthma??
How did I end up with 6 other conditions plus just from one medication I take for severe asthma. The scary thing is I am not alone. This word cloud represents all the conditions a small selection of people have as a result of severe asthma. I asked a support group on social media as… Continue reading Did you know severe asthma is way more than only severe asthma??