An event in 2014 changed my outlook on how I approached routine medical procedures and to this day, I still have ‘white coat syndrome’ whenever I enter a hospital. This is my story of when liver biopsies go wrong.
As part of the two-week long promotion of ‘my story’ in partnership with Versus Arthritis, I was recently interviewed by the Eastern Daily Press. The article, which can also be found in the Norwich Evening News and Wymondham and Attleborough Mercury, is out now. Read here: 24 year battle with […]
As part of my work with Versus Arthritis’ radio takeover campaign, an article on my motivation behind raising awareness has been published on their website.
At first I wrote to vent, share experiences and help others – and those core drivers still apply. However, now there’s a new fire burning in my stomach over this project. A desire to improve, inspire and see how far I can take this. I didn’t realise when I was […]
Next week I have my first appointment with the Biologics team since the switchback to Humira. Usually a routine six-monthly check up but the significance of this one is that it’s three months since I restarted on Humira – and three months is the period in which you are told […]