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Tag Archives: Ulcerative Colitis
Just Can’t Get There
I have free membership to my local YMCA. My pulmonologist says I should walk twenty minutes every day. My diabetes nurse educator says exercise and weight loss will lower my blood sugar. My therapist says walking will help with my … Continue reading
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Health Update #369
On August 8th I had my first visit to the endocrinologist due to having low bone density and what I thought was osteoporosis. She said I couldn’t have osteoporosis because I wasn’t in menopause, so that’s one disease out of … Continue reading
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Lovely In Her Bones
I have been dealing with either Osteopenia or Osteoporosis for four years now. When I had my first bone density test I was classified as having Osteopenia. Despite calcium supplements, my next test (two years later because insurance won’t pay … Continue reading
F*cking Interstitial Cystitis!
After having increasingly worse vaginal pain, I went to my primary care practice on Thursday. Since I have only just started taking care of my health again in August, I don’t have a gynecologist. I was seen by an intern, … Continue reading