I also had to have my leg wrapped every other day, something which I’m still having done now. However I no longer have to visit the hospital and am now on oral antibiotics. So there is two months which has pretty turned my life on it’s head. After I was moved out of the high dependency ward I was put on a stroke ward which gave me a wake up call and made me realise if I carry on with my lifestyle I might well end up there quite soon. So tall and the short of it is some big changes to come.
Glad you're ok. Please take care of yourself and if you need anything, just ask.
@tpheine Thank You Thomas, will be starting life over again so may well take you up on the offer.
@ollyclarkdotorg good luck Olly. You can turn it around and have a long and healthy future ahead of you. My wife works in stroke care and it terrifies me hearing the stories so I can totally understand what a motivation that experience would be.
@stardot Cheers David, it was certainly an eye opening experience. I've done it once before I can do it again it just needs the discipline and motivation (which I have to admit I haven't had for a while).
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