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Do you want to help us raise SepsisAwareness in ? I’m here against the odds. And my health has been on its lowest point since becoming chronically neeurogenico. Having to add another diagnosis to the never ending list. But also brought amazing memories: Even though being at my lowest point health wise and extremely sick because of multiple sepsis, it also brought me something nneurogenico. Check out my story for a more in depth look if you care.
With the close ofI will say goodbye to the word Rise and focus on my word for It is time to restore this body and I believe remission is possible because I have done it before. I can’t magically neurogenoco new abdominal muscle, or change the nerve damage, and severe mental illness from the trauma. But I CAN and need to treat my body better in order to calm down the autoimmune disease which has significantly ramped up and made me bed ridden for the better part of I’m also in desperate need of a spiritual reset.
More time in the Word letting God’s Truth wash over the brokenness in my brain. I seem to have a lot of “thorns in my side” and I am sure the purpose in suffering is necessary to serve His perfect plan. But I can saturate my mind with Biblical facts to better ride out those rough waves when they hit and I am too triggered to function.
After 30 days I can attempt to pull certain things back in and see how they impact my pain, the fatigue, the brain fog, etc. So join me in this journey of restoration. I’ll be of course sharing way more than you tartamento want to now sorry not sorry in the hopes that some of my fellow autoimmune warriors will get inspired to take back their health. I’ve posted this at the end of the year for the past few years, because it’s always so true.
What a year this was. The entire year wasn’t bad, but there sure were many dark moments. I’m proud to say that I’ve survived everything that the year threw at me, and I’m ready to bring inwhich I just know will be a better year.
Day 4 – healing well. Showered today with the help of my husband. I honestly have no idea what I would do without him. You expect to be cared for when you get old When I said in sickness and in health I meant it, and clearly he did too. When I started to shiverhe put a towel round my shoulders to stop me getting cold and I flashed back to the night I almost died of sepsis.
I had never been so cold. Tratamenot the most of guys. Oneday your fine, and the next something happens that changes everything.
I count my blessings that I am. The last day of is finally here and what a year it has been! Getting on my soap box for a minute In the beginning of the year we saw a major pay cut, which I thought was going to be our biggest challenge. Then in July our world was shook when my 21 year old sister Madison suddenly ended up choqu the hospital for 10 days and was diagnosed with diverticulosis and and a colon abscess.
It was so hard watching her go through the pain and subsequent long recovery.
I thought that was going to be our biggest challenge. And then on November 4th, the day after our 11 year wedding anniversary, Russ went from trimming trees in the yard with Evie to the ER finding out he had a kidney stone. They sent him home with the instructions to drink fluids and it would pass. The next day we were back at the ER and the true challenge of the year began.
I watched nurses place him on a bed designated “ER stroke bed. I heard the alarms going off non stop.
SHOCK NEUROGENICO FUCS
I wondered if I’d see them use the defibrilator on my husband. I wondered if he’d die right in front of me. I stood there helpless, shocked and scared. Then I heard the words that changed everything, “He’s in septic shock.
If you ever have a loved one diagnosed with those, don’t check survival rates. For 5 days he had a machine breathing for him. His hands and feet became so swollen they were unrecognizable. I tried to stay strong, but I really had no idea what the future was going to look like.
Now I’m here in the future, in my present, and Russ is alive. That one week out of the whole 52 of changed my life, Russ’ life, and our family’s life in ways that can’t fully be put into words. But it was also just one week.
The other weeks were filled with laughter and smiles and love And those other weeks are what got us through the worst one.
tratamdnto One of trattamento favorite and most meaningful projects I got to do in was the logo for camisjammies. When katiecnichol reached out to me about her vision for her nonprofit she started after the loss of her 19 month old daughter Cami, I knew I wanted to be a part of it. And when I realized that the day she passed away, December neurogenido,was the exact day that my Elliot was born, I knew it was meant to be that our paths connected.
We knew our girl went from the tangible life we knew to a better one that is promised to us. We included a butterfly in the logo to point us to that hope. Choqeu, I have seen hundreds of them in the past two years.
For families enduring unimaginable suffering watching their child fight for their lives and being subjected to painful medical neuroyenico, joyful colors and patterns can lift the spirit, even just momentarily. They were cozy, unrestrictive, and covered up her eczema-prone skin while we played at home.
We remember Cami with each pair of soft jammies we wrap up for another child, thoughtfully placing them in tissue and bags in hopes that we can pass along the comfort and coziness they brought our daughter Cami, and now bring to our son, Beau. I was diagnosed with intracranial hypertension and chiari malformation. Some of these experiences left me feeling a bit traumatized.
Wherever God wants to take me, I will go. It meant the world.
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So I will still be on iv antibiotics until tomorrow at least. Everyone is scared to take me off iv antibiotics but I hope that they figure out something soon so I can get out of the hospital and try to live my life. I hope you get an amazing ! Everyone is busy sharing their top nine and reflecting on their year Life and wellness goals for ? As the New Year approaches normally I would post about family, friends, work and how grateful I am for the year I’ve had.
This year I want to talk about health and happiness. It has been a difficult year for me with many ups and downs, primarily with my health, which landed me in hospital on my 30th birthday with severe sepsis – the details of which many of you know by now.
This was terrifying tgatamento I’m being truly honest. I could not have survived this year without the NHS, without Steve by my side and without the love and care of others.
I cannot even put into words how much I love you Steve and I’m sorry you had to go through it with me but you were my rock throughout. Since I woke up from my surgery neuogenico spent 4 days in recovery I trahamento a lot of time on my own thinking and realising how much I take for granted so I have tried to be a better person since.
Whether or not I have succeeded is another question entirely but I have tried. Thankyou to all those who were there for me during that time, I was shown so much love and support since then that I have been overwhelmed. For I want to be better for myself and for my son.
Thanks for reading and I’m not even sorry for the overshare. Third night in the hospital. Nothing says hospital stay like a midnight wakeup call tratametno IV And not to mention the new frustrating diagnoses of co-morbid conditions associated with my autoimmune diseases. BUT after moving mid-year to a brand new apartment without stairs and nearer to the hospital I spend days at each week, things have started to improve!
These improvements have allowed me to be less housebound generally and do more things I love like going to Disneyland and learning to bake! So farewell to – bring on !! Quick health update guys: I finished my month long antibiotic course on boxing day. But so far so good where that is concerned.
I am now on 30mg as of boxing day. Timely information could save your eyesight and your life! He was close to death. Neurrogenico such as Dr. Learn more about how ophthalmologists help patients at aao.