Monthly Archives: December 2014

Another picture of David’s eye

In this photo, we can see the red spot in David’s right eye a little more clearly. Someone not familiar with our medical case may think it’s just some kind of damage to the eye, but I’ve even watching this … Continue reading

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David l’s pink eye :(

We ran out of liquid antibiotics, and David just doesn’t like to take pills, it’s the holidays, etc etc, and sure enough now after two weeks no antibiotics, he’s developing pink eye on his right eye (in the corner). It’s … Continue reading

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Days from Death

I went over to check on my father, he was just sitting on the couch, gazing into a blank television screen. My entrance perked some life back into him, so he started flipping through the channels, finally landing on the … Continue reading

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After the Ig injection

I don’t like this little blood spot I get sometimes after the Ig infection. The last time I injected into my leg, I obviously hit some small blood vessel or something, that’s why I still have a little small bruise … Continue reading

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Ig medicine: it’s the best

After my recent miserable experience in the Ottawa ER, I’m now super diligent about getting back on track with my Ig medicine. I don’t like to do it in my stomach, since I’ve been having this strange stomach swelling over … Continue reading

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Bee Propolis: Maybe it helps?

I’ve been researching more natural ways to try and kill off bacteria, and it seems like bee products do a lot of good for the human body with little side effects (unless you’re allergic, of course). I would really like … Continue reading

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Bad IV sticks

My arms are still recovering from the bad IV sticks I got in the Ottawa ER last Thursday afternoon. Why don’t they have any good IV people around here? Sean was the best person in the ER, and he was … Continue reading

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