PNE

PNEOctober 11, 2012.

I woke that day to a glorious autumn day.  A day full of the promise of apple picking, walking outside in the crisp fall air and all the usual things we all enjoy at that wonderful time of year.  BUT by evening, I was in a very bad way.

So if you want to know more about PNE (Pudendal Nerve Entrapment) click here or on the graphic to the left.

For obvious reasons, most of my writing regarding PNE is password protected, but if you want to read all my entries, I will happily share the password with you.  The condition is very rare, it is very difficult to diagnose and like many chronic conditions, it is a diagnosis of “exclusion”, which means lots of doctors, money (most things NOT covered by insurance), and you will initially feel that you are in a very dark place.

I promise you thought that there IS light at the end of the tunnel


OCTOBER SURPRISE (The day my world changed)

IS IT TOO LATE TO DREAM

SUFFERING’s SPIRITUAL SIDE

WHAT IS INTERSTITIAL CYSTITIS ANYWAY (IC)

WHY IS THIS HAPPENING TO ME

JOURNAL #2 (Pain and coping)

JOURNAL #1 (The beginning of it all – Pain and Coping)