I Feel an Anxiety Attack Coming On- Here’s How I’m Dealing With It

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As the title implies, I have anxiety. I feel a breakdown starting to happen as they have been quite frequently recently but this time I’m taking a different approach. My approach has to be different especially because my boyfriend is out of town and he’s been my anchor. For the past hour I’ve been watching youtube videos. Not necessarily helpful ones either. Step one: closing out of youtube. Step two: Food? Food. Sweet potato fries are now in the oven. Step three: While fries are baking, medicate and start writing a blog post. Yes, what you’re reading right now is

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My Second Infusion | A Life Update 

If you haven’t read my first post about this, you should probably check it out.  As a follow up, this time went SO much better. My nurse was my best friends mom, and she is GOOD at what she does. My body was also more cooperative. Nothing went wrong or even slightly funny, it was the ideal experience. An infusion, burger, and trip to the art store later and I’m set to resume life! Which is exciting because symptoms that were taken away with the last infusion started to come back on Wednesday and really came back yesterday. Sigh. Buh-bye

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My First Infusion Experience | My IBD Diary

Warning: This post will contain medical content- lots of needle talk! Disclaimer: This is just my personal experience. It is different for everyone. My Infusion Experience With that out of the way, I’m going to talk about my first infusion treatment for my severe ulcerative colitis. I was only recently diagnosed, the “severe” part of the diagnosis is what got me to this stage of treatment faster. I’m only 18 and still babied, so my mom was with me the whole time as she normally is to deal with all the technical details. First, I was sat in a room.

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IBD Diary 1

Warning: Explicit language and body talk. (Other disclaimer: This is a record of my personal experiences. Not everyone goes through the same thing, but I know some can relate.) Alright this is a personal matter, so if you don’t have Inflammatory Bowel Disease or someone in your life with such, you probably want to click away. Seriously, it’s okay. I won’t be offended. This is going to be almost completely a train of thought blog because I’ve rarely had the energy to get to the point of sitting up and typing. Had I done this a week ago, the text

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