Firstly the most important news of the month, at least as far I’m concerned!
When I left the hospital, I was told by the physios that I wouldn’t be able to ride my bike until I had my hip replaced properly next year! They were wrong!
After an appointment with my consultant, the one who operated on me and the one who would probably be the most pissed off if I damaged my temporary hip, said that I was okay to ride my bike!
It’s just down to me, whether I feel strong enough to cycle, in fact, she lifted all restrictions on what I can and can’t do, saying you’ll know whether you can or not! But you’ve still got months of recovery before your fully recovered from the sepsis and completely back to normal! Was I ever normal!?!
My blood and markers were all nearly back to normal, so she also took me off the antibiotics that I had to have injected every day!
Things are slowly improving on the health front, albeit very slowly, or that’s what it seems to me! It’s only when I look back over a week as opposed to each day I can see progress!
As I’m constantly being told, “be patient, it’ll take time!”
I’m still on crutches and can’t walk too far; my voice is still croaky, my taste buds have gone, everything has a tang to it, even beer! My shoulder is still frozen, and I still get very tired and have to take to my bed for a nap each day! Some days I overdo things and pay for it the next day, but you know what they say “no gain without pain!”
back on the bike!
Ever since I got told that I was allowed to ride my bike I’ve been trying to get on it every day, but I physically can’t, I don’t have the strength or flexibility in my legs!
Although now at the end of the month I’ve managed to get on it a couple of times with a real struggle! But not had the confidence to try and cycle yet! I’m now thinking of getting a ladies bike or 3 wheeler!