Low Iron

I swear we had fun at toddler group after this photo! For those who have known me over the years either by friendship or by following my social media accounts, will know I suffer from low iron every so often. My last infusion was in July 2022, and I am already due another from my... Continue Reading →

Relationships With Health Issues- Dating

My partner, our little boy, our dog, and myself, in the summer of 2022! A popular topic often spoken of on social media, websites, blogs, and in Facebook groups is Dating, Friendships, Work Colleagues, and Family. In this blog, I'll be talking about Dating, falling in love, sexuality, and all Dating related topics. So, how... Continue Reading →

Struggling With Chest Issues?

This time of year can be really awful for those who already have chronic health issues. However, due to everyone shielding, even the healthy are suffering with viral and/or chest infections. One thing I've found really helpful over the years with sinus infections, my recent chest infection and viral infection, pleurisy, the flu, and colds... Continue Reading →

Welcoming 2023!

Wow! It's SO close to 2023 already! I honestly can't believe how fast time has gone through 2022. What do I have planned for 2023? Let's talk! 2022 has probably been the best year I've ever had when it comes to making memories! Spending time with friends and family, filming with the BBC, filming with... Continue Reading →

Pleurisy.

My son, my doggie, and I on Christmas night. *disclaimer, talk of bodily fluids and yucky stuff* Around a month ago, I became really sick with a cold, which then turned into the flu. "No Biggie, right? I've been through worse." I said to myself. Then, I caught food poisoning from a prawn korma I... Continue Reading →

National Shortage of Dioralyte

Some of the ingredients! For those who suffer from dehydration, relying on hydration sachets is super important. Sadly, there is a national shortage of Dioralyte and a lot of people are struggling to get any at all. I'm going to share the St.Marks Solution which originates from the top bowel hospital in the UK called... Continue Reading →

Quick, Affordable Ostomy Fashion

9 months post partum/c-section! Its not uncommon for your body to change after surgery for a stoma and, sometimes, it can go back to normal, other times, not so much. The financial impact surgery can have on an ostomate, can literally come out of nowhere. So, how can we adapt to our new bodies? For... Continue Reading →

Ostomy Ballooning

Ballooning can be an issue you may face when you are an ostomate, with either an Ileostomy or Colostomy. As a urostomy is a bladder stoma, you will find you won't experience this, unless you have other things going on. After surgery, within the first few days, up to a week, or even months, ballooning... Continue Reading →

Healthy Eating With An Ostomy

Recently, my partner and I have been calorie counting and eating much more healthy. If you are new to my blog or didn't know, my partner also has an Ileostomy and we both have Crohns Disease. Six months ago, I had a c section to have our son Odin and since then, I have put... Continue Reading →

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