I am so sorry for being quiet on the forum for a while, I have been rather busy. As some of you will know from my previous posts and blog, I was on the transplant list last year. The good news is, I was lucky enough to get a transplant on the 11th December 2012 thanks to the generosity of my donor and his family. I am truly grateful and it has transformed my life completely. So I have been taking the time to recover and regain my strength, hence my absence from this site.
But now I am back. My Husband and I have been writing some blogs, so if any of you are interested in hearing about my experiences do have a read. I have three, so you may need a large cup of coffee and a few biscuits if you do decide to sit down and read them all.
The first blog some of you may have come across before, that was about living with PBC. The second blog narrates experiences for the first 3 months after transplant. The one we are writing currently is the 3 month plus period.
I work in healthcare my self, so don't want to sounds condescending when I say please bear in mind that these are MY experiences, and everyone is different ( as you know). The blogs, especially the post transplant blog were done initially to keep our family and friends informed of my progress without the need for my Hubby to ring everyone all the time, as well as undertake the 110 mile round trip to see me each day in Hospital.
So a warning, they are all written with a dose of humour ( some Hospital humour I am afraid too ), but they are also written with a hefty dose of honesty............
So here are the links :
The pre transplant blog about living with PBC:
PBC Blog: angiewithpbc.blogspot.co.uk
The link to the blog for the first 3 months post transplant experience:
Chronicles Part 1: goo.gl/3S4RL
The link to the blog for the 3 months plus experience to current times:
Link to Chronicles Part 2: goo.gl/l5fdB
Please do feel free to comment on the blogs themselves. I would be grateful to receive any feedback. Once you have clicked on the links it will take you directly to the blogs.
You will see the LATEST post first, so if you want to read from the start, then you need to scroll down to the bottom tab on left hand side of screen ( for the 2nd and 3rd blogs). You will also see a little speech bubble on the RT hand side of the screen, if you click on there you can leave your name and a message.
Kind regards and warm wishes for good health to us all