10 Perks Of Being In Hospital
I’ve been thinking a lot about my donor and their family in the last few weeks. Now that I’m well enough to have something other than recovery on my mind, I’m becoming increasingly curious about who my new liver came from and how I can thank their loved ones for making the difficult decision to donate. Here … Continue reading My Donor
It’s been 5 weeks since I was discharged from hospital, and things appear to be going great. My bloods are looking good, I’m slowly starting to get my strength back, and I’m spending less and less time visiting hospital for these post-transplant clinics. These clinics are one part of the recovery process I never really … Continue reading Outpatient Clinics
My diagnosis of Primary Sclerosing Cholangitis (PSC) was made at a time when I had little to no symptoms of the disease. It was about 5 years after diagnosis that I started noticing the symptoms of the PSC. Itching hands and feet, chronic fatigue, weight loss, signs of jaundice. Over the next few years, these symptoms … Continue reading Pre-Transplant
I don't know where else I could possibly begin writing about how a transplant has changed my life without first recognising those who are responsible for getting me here. I may still have a long way to go before I'm running marathons and lifting kayaks, but I'd be a lot further off if it hadn't been for the … Continue reading Thank you.