Business as usual
Nov16

Business as usual

Continued on from “Let the recovery begin” **Disclaimer: Always seek professional medical advice for your individual recovery and rehabilitation plan** 13/11/2017 It’s exactly 4 weeks post op and today I’ve woken up for the first time in FOREVER without any back pain! I can’t believe it. Usually I wake up and wonder how bad it’s going to be, but today I woke up and wondered what the hell was going...

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Let the recovery begin
Nov02

Let the recovery begin

Continued on from “And the results are…” **Disclaimer: Always seek professional medical advice for your individual recovery and rehabilitation plan** 30/10/17 2 weeks post surgery and I decided it’s time to go back teaching yoga. There’s a few reasons for this: I REALLY wanted to do some physical activity other than walking and riding a stationary bike. I felt great, not 100% normal, but still great. This...

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And the results are…
Oct26

And the results are…

continued on from “Surgery and the waiting game…“ **Disclaimer: It is recommended the you seek individual¬†professional advice for your own rehabilitation purposes** 19/10/17: 3 days post surgery I’m now 3 days post surgery from a total hysterectomy and 8 days post surgery from, what turned out to be, exploratory surgery. I now also have the results in relation to the ovary I had removed with dark spots…...

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Surgery and the waiting game…
Oct19

Surgery and the waiting game…

When I told the world I was undergoing surgery to have my gallbladder removed, it didn’t seem that big of a deal. When they discovered the gallbladder wasn’t the problem and instead I’d need a total hysterectomy with an ovary removed as well…. it did. We had already told the kids that Mum was going in for more surgery and what that all meant. I didn’t expect to be asked so many questions by 8 year olds,...

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The day my gallbladder wasn’t removed.
Oct12

The day my gallbladder wasn’t removed.

I’m going to tell you the moral of the story straight up: ALWAYS LISTEN TO YOUR GUT INSTINCT! I know you hear it all the time, but when it comes to your health, you’ve really got to listen. Sharing personal stories like this is not comfortable but it may be helpful for someone going through something similar. So here we go… Ever since I had my kids (2008), I’ve experienced BAD period pain. The kind that would...

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The triplets have arrived. Part 6
Sep03

The triplets have arrived. Part 6

  The birth of my triplets: Part 6 Posted by Sally Brouwer fitness on Sunday, 27 August...

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