For now I thought I'd tell you a bit about me and CF...
I was diagnosed with CF at the age of 2, on my Mum's 18th birthday! Not exactly the best present I gave her lol... I was generally well during my childhood though I did spend a long period of times in hospital but during primary school I was pretty healthy. I was always going swimming, to be honest I practically lived in the swimming pool I swear! I used to love playing football, frisbee and bike rides but that kind of stopped when I started secondary school. I don't really like the "Mild CF, Moderate, or Severe CF" because some people cope with CF differently and CF does varie! I think I'm generally doing quite well with my CF considering my lung function is quite low (around high 30/40's) because I feel I can do quite a lot of stuff even though I am suffering inside but I do try and push myself.
Throughout the years, I do tend to have regular IV's, which I mostly do at home. I could go 2 months, 3 months and 4 months but it varies and depends on how I am feeling. I avoid
I will be blogging posts about my transition from paediatric CF team to Adults CF team. I have also set a goal to try to improve my health because in the past year or so it has deteriorated so I want to start exercising and prove to people you can try to improve your health with a such a low lung function (Let's hope I do get my arse in gear and boost back in to the 50's!) I'd like to try to show progress and things :) Also gives an insight for my friends who seem to be clueless about my CF! :) I'll be talking about a lot of
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