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  1. Kim Carberry

    Sending massive hugs. I feel so sad that your and your families health problems are never ending. What a worry for you over the past week. There’s me complaining on my blog about a couple of sore arms and you are going through this. I hope you are in less pain now. It sounds like the NHS has been amazing for you all. x

  2. Ruth

    I’m so sorry to hear that you have that horrible pain and had to go to the hospital. I really hope that you feel better soon. I was watching TV and flicking channels the other day and I flicked onto the news. Normally I switch it off because I don’t like the news but it caught my attention because they were talking about Stiff Person Syndrome. The news story was about a pregnant lady who has just recently been diagnosed with it. They were saying how hard it was to reach that diagnosis but ever since Celine Dion has been diagnosed. Doctors are more aware of it now which I think is a very good thing. Hopefully, people won’t have such a difficult time getting a diagnosis. Sending much love and hope that everything is ok xx

    • Anne Sweet

      awareness is everything, I know so many people in my support groups who have been contacted to appear on television and in magazines about Stiff Person Syndrome since Celine Dion’s diagnosis. It can only be a good thing (but obviously not for those who have it.) x

  3. Cheryl | TimeToCraft

    I’m so glad you got the care and tests that you needed, so quickly. Worrying time for you all. I hope you are in less pain now. Interesting that you are seeing a real difference in staffing numbers over the last few years. Wishing you and your family a healthy week ahead.

  4. Jayne

    I’m so glad that you are back home. It must have been quite a scare. I hope you are feeling much better now mate.
    You and your family have had so much crap thrown at you (health-wise), keeping everything crossed that things pick up and give you all a break!
    Lots of love xx

  5. Karen

    I am so sorry you ended up in the hospital, at least they checked everything even if they could’t find the cause. I hope your weekend has been a little quieter and you are feeling better.

  6. Catherine

    So sorry to hear that you were in so much pain. It’s great that they took such good care of you and have ruled out heart problems and an embolism. Thank good ness you didn’t have to wait too long for an ambulance. I hope you’re feeling better now – sending hugs.


  7. Louise (Little Hearts, Big Love)

    So sorry that you ended up in hospital with chest pain Anne, hope that it has eased now and glad that it wasn’t your heart or a pulmonary embolism. Glad that you’ve had good service from the NHS this week – they are so stretched at the moment aren’t they? I’m with you on supporting the reasons why staff are striking – better pay and working conditions are much needed. Sending gentle hugs your way and hope you are feeling better. #WotW

  8. Jane - Our Little Escapades

    So sorry to read that you were in pain. I’m glad you got the NHS treatment you needed quickly. Never feel guilty when you are in pain that you don’t know the reason for. I think people do need to be educated on when to call an ambulance, well to be honest it’s common sense but you totally did the right thing. It’s great that they can give you a letter to fast-track you through A&E too as that then frees then up quickly #WotW

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