Monthly Archives: May 2013

This week I’m going to talk about my second AS course at Bath

What, you say, a second physiotherapy course? I did a post before on, whether AS will ever stop getting worse. Sorry, the answer, is probably, no. So, doing regular physiotherapy is good to prevent AS from taking control of your life, … Continue reading

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Ankylosing Spondylitis – Fatigue is my tether

It’s kind of apt, that I have reached this subject in the story of my AS journey today, as it is something which is a real problem for me again now. I will admit I have been feeling pretty ill … Continue reading

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A partner’s view of Ankylosing Spondylitis, or rather, a carer’s perspective

Well, I’m going to be honest, I have debated with myself on whether or not to write this post, but a friend said to me, “Thank you for your honesty in writing about your relationship, it was helpful.” And so … Continue reading

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Having AS is depressing, that’s just a fact, but we don’t have to accept this, we can find things which help us cope and make us feel better

Last week I talked about having long-term goals, this week I’m talking short-term goals. When I attended the AS course at the Royal National Hospital for Rheumatic Diseases in Bath, the first time, one of the things which really stood … Continue reading

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