16 Jun 19
Danielle's Life

Irritable bowel syndrome. Or, as I’ve fondly renamed it- irritating bowel syndrome because its annoying as hell. IBS is an umbrella term for a collection of ultra glam symptoms including, but not limited to; constipation, diarrhoea, tummy cramps, a gurgly/chatty tummy, unholy bloating, passing mucous instead of poo and having a small angry gremlin tying […]

03 May 19
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Constipation is a condition that affects people of all ages. It is defined as fewer than three stools per week, dry and hard stools, straining to pass out stools and a feeling of incomplete passage of stools. This usually occurs because the colon absorbed too much water from the food in the colon, and results […]

18 Apr 19

Well, I’ve been a little quiet lately, since my hospital procedure actually. The reason being, I’ve been in a world of pain since. The actual event was ok. It was on Friday. Saturday was fine. Sunday was ok too. Come Monday. O.M.G. My stomach goes hard and bloated, it hurts and I have back pain […]

21 Feb 19

I have never read books with titles like “you are what you eat’ and ‘diets that include just air and water’, “ the minions diet”, “ the top models diet’ “ the sane stomach”, “no rumbling tummy”, “food for sweet dreams” and so on. Before you start googling some of the titles above, let me […]

20 Dec 18
Flicks and Red Lips

Packing for Birth is a bit like packing for a holiday. You are never 100% sure on what you’ll need, you’ll probably overpack but who knows what you’ll need at that all important moment?!

05 Dec 18
Shelgo Tea

Spearmint, which has the generic name mentha spicata and is also known as garden mint and common mint, is a species of mint that is native to Asia and Europe. It is cultivated for culinary use and is often added to cocktails (such as mint julep), used as a flavouring (after being extracted into spearmint […]

05 Dec 18
Deb Does Life

The 2 week wait I tried to break this into small stages. First was the 3 day wait (so until 3dp3dt (3 days past a 3 day transfer)) to check and see if any of our blastocysts had been frozen. I called EFREC on Thursday 6th September. Asked if any had be able to be […]

06 Nov 18
Foot reconstruction (Bunion Surgery) - Blog about my journey

Introduction Last night whilst having a drug induced sleep due to Foot surgery that same day, I decided that I would write a blog about my recovery.  I think that bunions are becoming the new age foot deformity, and are more common than we would like to admit.  If you are considering foot surgery to […]

18 Sep 18
The Fodmap Medic

The medications your doctor might prescribe you for IBS are likely to be based on the symptoms you’re having. The cause of IBS is not crystal clear, but appears to be due to many things: diet, stress, exercise, sleep – these are all things which can make IBS flare up. If you’re constipated… Your doctor […]

13 Jan 19

I’ve had this blog post roughly written up and sat in the ‘draft’ section of my blog since my baby was about 3 weeks old. There’s a couple of reasons why it’s taken me so long to get it finished and published. Looking after a tiny human is hard and time consuming. You can’t just […]