Monthly Archives: November 2014

Under pressure

I saw my gastroenterologist the other day for a regular checkup. The first words out of my mouth were that I’ve been doing well lately on Remicade every 6 weeks, much better than I had been doing on it every … Continue reading

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Kids and colds

Ugh. It’s been a week and I’m still too sick with bronchitis/sinusitis to work. I know exactly where I got it from, too. Two weeks ago a friend of mine wanted to socialize. That would have been great, but her … Continue reading

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