I stared at myself in the mirror the other night and said out loud "WOW". My skin was so clear and the weight lost was noticeable in my face. I said "I look pretty". Something I feel so wrong for saying not just because it might come off as cocky, but the reasons why I look … Continue reading I look pretty? . . .
I received a call from my primary physician's office today wanting to discuss my lab results. I immediately freaked out since I was just there last Thursday. They called to tell me that my blood test results show that I am pre-diabetic! Freaking awesome!!! When it rains . . . it POURS for me lately!. . . … Continue reading When it rains . . . it pours! . . . sighs . .
I sent an email last week to my GI updating him on my new symptom of joint pains, specifically in my knees and my hips. It's getting harder to stand up from a sitting position in the past couple of weeks and today I woke up with aches in my legs, hips, and back. I … Continue reading Bad customer service! . . . smh
I added a couple of items to my breakfast routine. Eating a banana, steel-cut oats, and a boiled egg everyday gets boring. I found the below items that are all gluten-free, wheat, dairy, and soy free. Also,"So Coconut milk" is my jam, haven't had any issues with it. Apologies for the quality of the … Continue reading FODMAP Diet Week 3 – My recipes . . .
Disclaimer: Strong language ahead, it's about to get real lol Sighs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . I am still confused about what happened this morning at my GI's office. I knew coming in that I would be meeting with his physician assistant (PA) instead, … Continue reading Chaos at the GI’s office . . . . . .
Yup . . . I pretty much have everything except for the underwear currently in my purse. My Febreze to Go bottle is with me always lol
I saw my GI on Monday for my post hospital follow-up. I think my GI is a hard working man, he looked just as tired and stressed as i was or maybe because it was an 8:00 am appointment? 🙂 Anyway, he reviewed my clinical summary from the hospital and was surprised that the hospital … Continue reading Hospital follow-up with GI . . . .