You might think that no posts from this quarter means no interesting news. You’d be wrong… Mostly I’ve been so busy and so high and unable to concentrate due to the effects of steroids, that I’ve either not found/made the … Continue reading →
“Whaaaaa aw ma-a-a-n owwww! *@*#$%^#$%#(*(@$#^&$%!@*!()$#*^@!(#$$ [censored]” I screamed every expletive I knew and a whole bunch I made up. The world had gone completely white and was overlaid by even more brilliant explosions of light. My vision tunneled down to a pinpoint and then went dark. The pain was so exquisite I passed out from […]
I do not think I have any right to complain about my pain. I have the right to complain about My Myeloma. Not the pain. Not right now. The truth is, and this has been the case since last October, that the Medically Trained People have given me additional medication to alleviate some of the […]
The title of this post comes from last week’s photo challenge on the Daily Post at WordPress: From Above – Change your perspective on something. Share a photo of a subject which you shot from directly above. Inspired by the … Continue reading →
I know it is not a thing to be discussed in polite society, but, if you have ever experienced constipation whilst having a fractured rib, you would want and need to tell somebody about it.
It hurts. Plain and simple.
Afterwards, I recommend the douche…
This is from the AP. Other reports mentioned only “complications,” which we now know to be pneumonia. It’s very common for myeloma patients to develop pneumonia. Ferraro died at Massachusetts General Hospital, where she had gone Monday for a procedure to relieve back pain caused by a fracture. Such fractures are common in people with […]