This week has been a weirdly eventful one, but one that has become worrisome.
Month: March 2018
Bertolotti’s Syndrome is a very rare and unheard of syndrome. Yet, it is one that seems to be very common. Basic Definition: “Bertolotti syndrome is an uncommon cause of low back pain, particularly focused along the waistline slightly off to the side, that is often confused with sacroiliitis. Bertolotti syndrome is a diagnosis given…
Back Pain: Arthritis and Extra Bone
I have been having back pain for as long at least 12 years now. At first I thought, back pain? This has to be normal. Everyone my age (I was thirteen at the time) must have it because nobody is showing any symptoms.
Changing your schedule with Fibromyalgia
Everyone knows how having to make schedules every week is a pain in the ass. However, it is even more-so when you suffer from Fibromyalgia. When I was diagnosed with Fibromyalgia, the biggest issue I had to deal with was control my schedule in order not to burn myself out. Fibromyalgia requires consistency. I don’t…
12 Things about living through Chronic Illnesses
My last blog post was about, “10 things nobody tells you about Endometriosis.” I decided that this blog post will be a bit similar. In result, I will give 12 things that I want others to know about how I live through Chronic Illnesses. I am hoping this will be informative for those who don’t…
10 things nobody tells you about Endometriosis
March is the awareness month for Endometriosis. In the past, I have told my story on Endometriosis and the surgeries I’ve had because of the disease, I decided to take a new direction in hopes to continue raising awareness.
Massive Disappointment: Avoiding Provincials
I don’t figure skate or compete like everyone else. Yes, it is nice to beat my personal best scores. But to get a medal? A medal is nice, especially when you do a great program but that’s not why I am in it. I use competitions as an adrenaline boost to keep my body…