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

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

The Hidden Illness

On April 3rd this year I wrote a blog called Mesh is an Illness. I wrote it because there are hundreds of thousands of women worldwide who suffer from mesh complications and we all feel no one is REALLY listening … Read More

Document Your Mesh Journey

Mesh Angel art by my daughter Kim. I am posting this on Mother’s Day and I just want to wish every mother who on this journey, a very Happy Mother’s Day. This blog is my Mother’s Day gift to every … Read More

New Zealand & Mesh Implant Changes

0

This morning I received wonderful news from two women who have worked very hard to change things in their country’s Government for a few years. We all know that nothing changes overnight and not always the way we want it … Read More

Foley Catheter Warning

When you had any surgery, did your doctor or anyone explain the problems that can happen with Foley catheters? I bet the answer is no. Mine didn’t either and yet twice I went through so much pain and anguish because … Read More

Mesh is an Illness

Paintings are by a British artist Destiny Blue. The paintings above actually capture the words perfectly. How do you answer the question “How are you?” when the answer is so complex and highly personal. I just posted a blog with … Read More

1 2 3 4 21