Reactive Arthritis

As always, if I know someone who reaches out to me to ask if I have heard of other women who have been diagnosed with something I have not heard of, I first research to find out what it is … Read More

Countdown to surgery

Four years ago today I was counting down the days to my mesh removal surgery and I was both so happy it was drawing closer because it had been such a long wait, but I was also very scared and … Read More

The UCLA Journey

Before you begin reading this blog and click on links I have given you, there is something very, very important you need to know. Whichever doctor you decide to go to, your decision may be thwarted by your insurance company. … Read More

Constant Yeast & Vaginitis

A long time ago (November 2012) a woman told me she was having problems after complete mesh removal and it was slowing down her recovery and causing her distressful symptoms. So I posted a blog about yeast infections but there … Read More

Constant Bladder Infections

The last three blogs I have written have been about the new FDA warning status on the antibiotics in the family of fluoroquinolones. If you did not read them and you have been taking Cipro or others in this family … Read More

Atrocities done to Women through History

What happened to these women is a part of Irish women’s history and what is happening to women around the world because of pelvic mesh is also part of history and is part of women’s lives right now who are … Read More

Christmas Morning

I woke up this morning to the usual noise of hungry dogs who are ready for breakfast. Kim goes through to the kitchen first and begins filling bowls I prepared the night before with supplements to get them strong or … Read More

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