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Georgina // Chronillicles
18 | spoonie | HSD + NEAD + FND + undiagnosed | ambulatory wheelchair user | blogger | aspiring doctor ♡
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Georgina // Chronillicles 7h
“it’s just functional” then... well idk what I’ll do but it makes me so mad
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Georgina // Chronillicles 9h
Just texted my brother that I can’t pick up the phone cause I have anxiety. He replies “Shut up it’s dad” then proceeds to text-laugh. MENTAL ILLNESS IS NOT A JOKE
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Mia 🔥🐉 Jul 22
Reasons why disabled ppl have trouble voting: • Physical inaccessibility • ID laws • communication issues • inaccessible ballots • new laws on who can help u in voting booth • transportation issues & new laws on who can help u get to polls • ableist poll workers
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InvisiblyMe 19h
With a across the US & Europe, stay cool & safe 🔥Hydrating is super important, especially for those with & those with . Think salty foods, squash, water & juice. Listen to your body & if you've had enough, rest! ❤️
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Lorna 13h
One of the hardest parts of living with a chronic illness, and one that no one can prepare you for, is the crushing disappointment and disillusionment when you realise that your own doctor can’t, or often won’t, help you.
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Dr Amy Kavanagh 11h
I’m visually impaired & use a white cane. This evening a man harassed me as I was walking along the platform of my local station. I noticed someone repeatedly stopping to turn & look at me, it was worrying & I started feeling hyper vigilant. Then he sidled up next to me. 1/
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CJ ♡ 20h
just because your illness / disability / disorder doesn't look "pretty" or isn't "socially acceptable" or has symptoms that are ugly or disturbing doesn't mean that you're any less deserving of love and compassion and kindness. 🧡
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Ami Tricker ♿ 19h
Do you have Sjogren's? Would you like to raise awareness on my blog?
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Ella 12h
Completing high school while living with was difficult on its own. Dealing with teachers who never believed me made it even harder.
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𝐂𝐡𝐫𝐨𝐧𝐢𝐜𝐚𝐥𝐥𝐲 𝐒𝐚𝐫𝐚𝐡 Jul 22
Some people manage their chronic illness with green smoothies and Pilates, I mange mine with sarcasm and a dark sense of humor. You know, whatever works for you.
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Georgina // Chronillicles 15h
Please sign & RT this petition, it means a lot to me: via
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Rachel O'Donnell 21h
Has anyone had experience taking Gabapentin for pinched nerve pain/ radiculopathy pain? What can you tell me about side effects? I've been given 10 mg, & told I can take up to 30 mg a dose to get results... Also, has anyone with connective tissue disorders used this medication?
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Annie Segarra Jul 22
Would love to log on to social media (one of my most social experiences as a chronically ill/disabled person) and NOT have to see ableism, typically curated to be humourous, at every scroll.
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Lilo the Autistic Queer Jul 21
"Phone jail" is the worst concept ever invented for group events. Like honestly, I use my phone as a stim tool to prevent overstimulation in social situations. Any event where phones have to be left, checked in, put at the center of the table, etc is not a place for me.
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Dr Amy Kavanagh Jul 22
"After all, how do I know that someone has good intentions when they touch me and say nothing?" My latest blog post explores how has inspired new research into disabled women's experiences of unwanted touching & public harassment.
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Dr Amy Kavanagh Jul 22
I'm visually impaired & use a white cane. Navigating through London rush hour crowds is exhausting. Every day people kick my cane or jump over it. It's dangerous & disorientating. If you see a visually impaired person in a crowd, please just wait & give them space
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sophie_lacrosse Jul 22
Honest question... Doctor Google or no? I try not to do it but I feel like my medical team is a touch incompetent and the only way I'm going to get answers is if I find them myself.
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♿︎ Jul 22
I just read something about progesterone-only pills / mini-pills (anticonception) aren’t suitable for ppl with hypermobility / EDS / HSD bcs it makes the symptoms of it all much worse... What do y’all know about it? Experiences? Knowledge? ✨ Plz share!
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