I don't think I have had a day like Friday for Firsts first-time my entire family-of-origin came to see me in Dublin;they arrived just after my first bad reaction to a drip of platelets -- I came out in a rash.they went to find food when I went downstairs for my first biopsy of a … Continue reading a day of firsts
To say I was scared is probably an understatement of the year for me. It is not often you enter A&E with vomiting and diarrhœa , and suspected dehydration and then within five days are being transferred to another hospital because of kidney infection that may have been the cause of the original presenting illness... … Continue reading potential new diagnosis.
We are coming up on European HIV Hepatitis Testing Week from 23rd to 30th November. And then, on 1st December, it will be World Aids Day. When I was in Gibraltar, I was interviewed by GBC News while friends from the Gibraltar Health Authority's Infection Control and Health Promotion Unit were handing out red ribbons … Continue reading Looking forward to World Aids Day 2018
Last month, I had my first appointment at my new HIV clinic in Dublin. Having continued with the clinic in the Mater Misericordiæ University Hospital since 2015 when we got to the city, I took the opportunity of having moved from the north inner city to Co. Laois of asking for a transfer to St … Continue reading So, I’m not eating enough fruit…