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08/06/18

Today I moved onto phase two of the great Keppra switchover having been on full dose for a week. Moving to Keppra has been relatively painless, certainly compared to Epilim where every increase in dose would leave me like a zombie for a couple of weeks. With Keppra I had one bad day two days after going to 750mg and 1000mg a day but that was it.  read more ...

01/06/18

Hot on the heels of the news from Phoenix I finally heard back from Aegon, who are the proud owners of one of my two pensions. This is the one that my last employer paid into and of course that stopped in 2002 when I had to give up the job. Sad but that's the way it goes and I didn't think any more of it at the time.  read more ...

19/05/18

It's the best part of a decade since I've mentioned Phoenix in this blog but they have been a very significant part of my life since my bleed as they are responsible for a major part of my income for the last sixteen years and so have helped Beth and I live the life we wanted to live, within the limitations of both of our medical conditions.  read more ...

11/05/18

So, for your amusement, here's my morning drug cocktail as of today. Reading from left clockwise two levothyroxine (small white), two Epilim Chrono (two large magenta), one loratadine (small white oval), Keppra (blue), one vitamin B2 (yellow capsule), and one vitamin D3 (translucent capsule).  read more ...

04/05/18

The title says it all really. Saw the epilepsy nurse today and she confirmed my suspicion that Epilim was no longer working effectively. Apparently this is pretty common with all AEDs: eventually the brain gets wise.  read more ...

03/05/18

As I wrote in my last post:  read more ...

01/05/18

I've previously had some success with vitamin B2 to reduce my migraines. I took 100mg twice a day for some of the winter and, during the months when I did there seems to be some correlation with the number reducing.  read more ...

23/04/18

As the domain which hosted it expires this week I've decided it's time to wind down my policy of open sourcing Opus, the content management system (CMS) that powers this web site and lots of our other web sites and that seems like a good time to talk a bit about how its history.  read more ...

15/04/18

My friends on Facebook have probably already seen this tale but I'm posting this to my blog for Google's benefit primarily as it's a cautionary tale.  read more ...

10/04/18

Today, a year and a half after we started hard filtering on SPF, a new problem: our mail server was rejecting genuine email from us because we had an SPF record.  read more ...

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