Eccentric-Neuro considered my dry left eye could be down to a neurological condition called Sjogren’s syndrome. They prescribed me with a very high dose of steroids called Prednisolone (40mg every morning). Before prescribing the medication… Read More »Onto the steroids…
The electrical test (formally known as an EMG) was one of the strangest experiences of my life. It was arranged by the neurologist’s secretary to see another neurologist who specialised in this but as it… Read More »My first electrical test
There is no other way of putting it – babies are hard. Very hard. Nothing, nothing at all prepared me for what hit me when I had Bubsell. Not the advice from my family and… Read More »My first neurology appointment
Having Bubsell was by far one of the best moments of my life but internally I felt so sad that it was tainted by my condition. It really broke my heart that I couldn’t brush… Read More »My ‘new’ life with Bubsell
The doctor who saw me on Monday morning instructed me not to eat anything for at least six hours before the c-section and said it was likely I would have the surgery that day and… Read More »Bubsell finally arrives!
Four months into my pregnancy, while walking up the stairs one day, I felt like my heart was racing as though I’d run a marathon. I rested a while and it calmed down so I… Read More »Pregnancy blues continue
I was a few weeks ‘gone’ into the process before I realised I was pregnant – around seven weeks. The week I found out wasn’t the best. Earlier in the week was Mr Kindness’ birthday… Read More »Pregnancy is not fun!
Hi I’m Nikki, or Mrs Nikki Vyas Ambrose if we are to be formal. An ordinary woman with an extraordinary talent for accounting (ha!). I was raised in a strict south Asian Gujarati home by… Read More »My Backstory