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Counting my blessings

We are now in the last few weeks of 2019. Looking back, it was full of ups and downs. But, I must say that it has been amazing. Now that it is coming to a close, I would like to reflect on all the blessings that had come my way.…

Recurrence: a blessing in disguise

It was a calm Monday morning in November when the realisation that I was having an illness recurrence set in. In just a few hours I had gone from being perfectly normal to having trouble breathing again. I was so breathless that I was not able to talk in full…

A year later…

When I first drafted this post, October was coming to an end. A year had passed since the diagnosis. Up to that point, I’ve been free from cardiorespiratory symptoms for 6 months, and off medication for 4. As you would expect, I was eager to celebrate this major milestone. I…

What appointment time?

When I went for my outpatient appointment last month, I was not surprised to see that the clinic’s waiting area was chock-full of patients at 8.30 a.m when the clinic is only scheduled to start at 9.00 a.m. I was half-expecting the disapproving glances thrown my way when I walked…

Waiting time experience

If you are a patient, you most definitely had experienced waiting for doctors’ consultations. Usually, it is long (or very long) and uninteresting. If you are a doctor, you must have worried quite significantly about keeping your patients waiting while you juggle all your clinical responsibilities. And if you are…

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