Dear Diary: Wednesday

Part of a series of daily diary entries about living with MBC. Wednesday, October 30, 2019 4:30 am – Yes, I’m up to pee. Again. I manage to get back to sleep afterwards. 6:30 am – I’m up for Lidocaine patch removal. 7:00 am – Time for toast and my mountain of meds. 8:00 am – … Continue reading Dear Diary: Wednesday

Never a Dull Moment

I lost eight hours on Tuesday. I went to our bedroom to rest and after that I only remember bits and pieces until regaining my power of speech and comprehension courtesy of IV steroids. Which is a shame since I just tapered off of the darn things, post-London. Unlike previous seizures, this one snuck up … Continue reading Never a Dull Moment

Epic Failure

Electronic health records (EHR) have been around since the late sixties, and government regulations now require hospitals and doctor’s offices to implement them or receive a financial penalty. So why does each trip to a healthcare provider still seem like we are reinventing the wheel with the medical file? To illustrate, let me walk you … Continue reading Epic Failure