Genetic testing results – the best possible ending to my year!

There aren’t enough superlatives to describe how happy I am that this year is nearly over. It started in March with an excruciating flare of my lymphocytic enterocolitis, and rolled into April with laser surgery on my dysplasia. A couple of days later I ended up in the ICU with hypokalaemic paralysis (which led to […]

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Gilenya (fingolimod)

A disclaimer – I realise that this series of posts on medication are quite negative. In no way, shape or form am I advocating to pursue life post-diagnosis without treatment unless that is advised by a neurologist. Since beginning this series on MS DMDs, I have been diagnosed with Common Variable Immune Deficiency which we […]

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Surprise! It’s a melanoma. 

Warning: there is graphic content in this post. Continue at your own p-ear-il and if you’re easily queasy maybe st-ear cl-ear 😂 There’s not much of a bigger vibe killer than being told you have cancer. The doctor at the skin cancer clinic delivered me the news over the phone on a Wednesday afternoon whilst I […]

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Welcome to the family – CVID?!

Wow, I have had one of those weeks. No – not one of those weeks where you mess everything up at work, then drunkenly message boys you should not be drunkenly messaging before eating a whole pizza and a box of donuts (I can do this and I am not even ashamed). No, not that type. […]

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Zinbryta (daclizumab)

A disclaimer – I realise that this series of posts on medication are quite negative. In no way, shape or form am I advocating to pursue life post-diagnosis without treatment unless that is advised by a neurologist. How anyone decides to live with MS is their own extremely personal choice, however I will always take the […]

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Tecfidera (dimethyl fumarate)

I am currently on my fourth treatment for MS (about to move onto my fifth!) so I consider myself a bit of an anecdotal expert on MS medications. I thought I’d put together a post on each drug I’ve tried and my experiences. Like having MS doesn’t mean I’m abnormal enough – my body keeps […]

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