Monthly Archives: March 2017

Touched!

My experience with Guillain-Barré Syndrome (GBS) has evoked the purest and sincerest of thoughts and emotions; I am always awed to hear persons relate their interactions with me after GBS, below my dear friend Kellie Cadogan-Price shares hers…

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July & August 2016

Guillain-Barré Syndrome (GBS) epitomizes change, pain and time at their greatest… Every aspect of my life had changed, I missed the person that I use to be but most of all I missed the independence that I had taken for … Continue reading

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June 2016

There is a saying that time flies when you are having fun, the opposite holds true! I was home for only three days but they were three especially long days and I was reeling from the pain, exhaustion and whirlwind … Continue reading

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Home

28th – 31st May 2016 Day 114 / 28th May: 16 weeks after the onset of my symptoms I was being discharged from the hospital.

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Thank You!

Regardless of the situation or the severity, illness is never isolated. GBS especially, demands that everyone with whom you come into contact with give of themselves physically and emotionally.

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Special Care Ward

10th APRIL – 28th MAY 2016 Day 66 / 10th April: After 8 weeks I was still dazed, partially paralyzed, swollen and prone to erratic blood pressures but stable enough to be transferred from MICU. I was attempting to speak but unable … Continue reading

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