♡ Hip Surgery Pre Op Appt + Low Iron Again? (19th-20th.11.18) | Amy ‘s Life ♡



♡ Hip Surgery Pre Op Appt + Low Iron Again? (19th-20th.11.18) ♡

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34 comments

  1. I'm so happy for you gaining weight! I'm looking forward to your video on that. It really does mess with your mind, doesn't it. When I was at my lowest, I was really self-conscious about it, so I would have thought I'd be ecstatic about gaining some back, but I find that I'm a bit paranoid about losing control and ending up overweight. I know that my situation is different since my nausea is finally controlled with medication and I can eat small amounts of real food, but I think the mindset of needing to be some "ideal" weight is ultra-magnified when you have gastroparesis and lose all control over what you can and cannot eat, and thus you lose control of your weight almost entirely. It's quite an emotional roller coaster!

  2. Please do a body imAge video!! I struggle with it as well!!! I gain and loose weight constantly!! Its super stressful!! Your body looks one way and you feel another way!! It causes me depression/anxiety!! You should be soo happy you have came such a long way!! ❤💜❤ super proud of you!!

  3. You asked a few videos ago where you'd put your cord from your line – maybe you can swirl it around your bra some way? Every time you're out in public I guess you have a bra (at least if you gain weight), so it'd be handy. And when you're home without a bra no one minds it anyway.

  4. Hey girl! just checking up on you to see how you were doing:) still think its cool we have the same first & last name:).. do you have a Facebook cause i sadly don't have an Instagram or Twitter guess im too old school hah.. well please know I'm here if you ever want to vent!

  5. I some how i came across your YouTube on my home screen. I have EDS as well just not as server as you.. It wasn't until late last night after watching your video about your emptying test did I realize EDS could be the cause of my GI tract and urinary tract issues.. I would like to get to know you and more about your journey! You're absolutely beautiful and I understand being tired of all the bad news and just wanting every part of your body to work. You go girl, keep kicking EDS ass! I hope we can connect soon!❤

  6. I’m so happy that you are so happy. I’m a new subscriber and you are amazing and such a inspiration to all. ♥️♥️♥️♥️♥️
    You look gorgeous and you have a beautiful heart also.
    Love from North Ga mountains. USA

  7. In terms of your temperature, it's your body and you know what's right and what is wrong. My mum's temp used to sit at around 36.3 and as soon as it went past 37 she was straight on antibiotics as we knew how important it was/hard it was to fight off infection. All I'm saying is you do what feels right for your body <3 Love watching your vlog and seeing how much more energy you have and finally becoming more of yourself again xx

  8. Sorry about the late reply, I hope you're temperature is back to normal! For us, we go to the hospital if it hits 39, and we stay home if its above 38, mines usually around 37 or less, but I hope you're feeling better! Definitely call a doctor or nurse if you're unsure 🙂 ❤️

  9. 4 Fahrenheit the temperature 37.5 converts to 99.5 Fahrenheit! Thank you for sharing your channel I also deal with chronic illness I don't do it but you have but I do deal with fibromyalgia and peripheral neuropathy and arthritis! And living in the US it's the pain that I deal with this kind of hard right now because of the cold! You inspire me to be more positive!

  10. Congratulations on hitting 70k!!! 10,000 subscriber gain in one day is simply amazing, but you are too so I am not surprised. I’m so proud of where you are at in your health journey and can’t wait to see you hit your weight goal. We are all rooting for you!!!

  11. Maybe you ovulated because body weight increase.. that will take you up half a degree or more. So not much to be concerned about. Huge congrats on weight gain too!

  12. my temperature is usually pretty low. Around 36 is my "regular" temperature. For a period, I weighed sooo little, in the 20's and it was torture, but when I gained weight, – now almost 50 kg's, my temperature is a lot higher than it used to be. I don't know if it's because the body was used to burning a lot more to keep the temperature steady while not getting any nutrients, or if I'm completely wrong, but that's my guess, which makes it easier for you to stay warm as the weight stabilises. Under 38 is okay in my family, I'm from Sweden so it depends from person to person, but people usually say that 37-42 is "fever" and above 41 is hospital worthy. a fever holding more than 3 days is worth checking out. Also, keep an eye on headaches, they can tell you more than temperatures.

    Wish you the best!

  13. Unfortunately nearly all on TPN need iron infusions as the maximum amount of iron you can get in TPN isn't enough to keep levels stable so don't be alarmed if the TPN doesn't improve your iron levels Hun, well done on the subscriber counts 🙂

  14. As for the temp, I would only listen to what your doc or nurse has to say bc like you said it’s abnormal for you to run those temps above 37 or whatever. Personally I work in the hospital as a nurse and I don’t treat fevers or worry until >100F ish (37.7-38C), usually.

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