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Type 1 Diabetes Appointments: Then and Now
Today I had my regular 3 month check-up with my endocrinologist. As I waited for the doctor to come in, Read more.
Is it ok to fail?
Today I had to call out. I am typically good at putting on a brave face and getting myself to Read more.
I am afraid of my body.
My system (used here to reference my entire being- mind, body, and soul) is a mess. It’s as if my Read more.
Is your medication still working for you?
Like a lot of people with multiple chronic diseases, my medication list is long. Some medications, like insulin, are a Read more.
Welcome 2018!
Hi again! It’s been awhile since I’ve posted and like a lot of bloggers out there, I’m going to promise Read more.
Hundreds of endo appointments
A new kind of endocrinologist appointment- planning ahead. Read more.
Here’s your gift bag!
Imagine that after surgery, you’re given a gift bag with everything you’ll need that day.. Read more.
The options are: sick or stiff?
When you have multiple autoimmune diseases, finding medications that don't make you sick, is difficult. Read more.
The week I chose to live
Make the choice to live life and put Rheumatoid Arthritis in the back seat. Read more.
Progress Check
As I’m nearing the 12 week post op mark (tomorrow!), I figured it would be a good time to share Read more.
#SAVE32MIL
We need a replacement, not a repeal for Obamacare. Use #SAVE32MIL all day 7/21/17 to have your voice heard! Read more.
Book Review: The Memory of Health
I have been given this product as part of a product review through the Chronic Illness Bloggers network. Although the Read more.
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