I want to start sharing more of my experiences in the hope that asthmatics won't feel so scared or apprehensive when getting help. Obviously, every experience is different and unique to the individual but these are my experiences and hopefully it will open some eyes and make someone a bit calmer when the big blue … Continue reading What happens when an ambulance arrives?
***DISCLAIMER!!! FOLLOW YOUR DOCTOR'S ADVICE ALWAYS. I AM NOT TRAINED. THIS IS MY EXPERIENCE AND WHAT I DO. PLEASE FOLLOW YOUR OWN INSTRUCTIONS PROVIDED BY YOUR OWN HEALTH CARE PROFESSIONAL*** Many people will go their whole lives without needing to dial 999. It is a number that many of us are so apprehensive and cautious … Continue reading 999… should I?
My most read post on here was about my experience in AAU the first time round. I purposely leave out the name of hospitals because the last thing I want to do is demonize hospitals and those who work in them. I have already said that I do not blame the individuals at all when … Continue reading Why am I so frustrated with emergency care?
I have been a bit quiet this week. The reason? I was rushed to hospital via ambulance on Monday due to my body not coping with the tight chest at all. I suffered the biggest attack I have ever had and discovered that I have pneumonia once more. However, the hospital saved my life and … Continue reading Hospital saved my life!
*** DISCLAIMER!! I AM NOT A DOCTOR OR A HEALTHCARE PROFESSIONAL! THIS IS WRITTEN FROM MY OWN EXPERIENCES AND SHOULD NOT BE USED INSTEAD OF FOLLOWING YOUR DOCTOR’S INSTRUCTIONS! IF YOU NEED FURTHER ADVICE PLEASE SPEAK TO A PROFESSIONAL!! *** I have now covered the more routine treatment's involved in asthma and I really want … Continue reading MED’S MED’S ALL OF THE MED’S… PART 3