In its most recent budget in February 2018, the Indian government attempted to create an ambitious health insurance plan for almost half of the Indian population. Known as Ayushman Bharat, the effort underlines the importance of having health insurance for every individual. Tune into any business channel on TV and you will see financial experts… Continue reading Tips on Dealing with Health Insurance in India
Last year was tough. I was diagnosed with Fibromyalgia, a neuro-musculoskeletal pain disorder and my chronic pains basically decided everything for me. No, it has no cure. Chronic pain is a bitch . It eats and gnaws on you slowly leaving you such that you will never be whole again. It kills a part of… Continue reading The year of not giving up
Dear You, I know, what you are going through at this moment is terribly unbearable. But I want you to remember that "This pain doesn't define you." You are not this pain. You are not this disease. You are not the helplessness you experience. You are not the sympathy people give you. You are not… Continue reading Painlessly Yours – A letter to my self
Feelings of a daughter towards her mother's fight with Muscular Dystrophy.
Many of us have faced those tough times where we have gone to multiple doctors with our issues of severe pain to weird symptoms list and no idea how and why all this is happening to us. Confused and scared, with a hope that the doctor we are visiting will have all the answers to… Continue reading Why we feel a Doctor’s Directory is required?
A general letter by a chronic sufferer to a friend in the hope of understanding one day.
To relieve pain and soreness and to trick yourself into exercising.
"What are you suffering from? Never heard of it." "You are faking it. You look totally healthy to me." "It is all in your head." "You are just finding excuses for not working." "You are being lazy. That's all" "You are such an attention seeker." "Start concentrating your energy on something useful." "You don't look… Continue reading Invisible Illness – Why is it important to understand them?
“You don’t look sick. Stop faking it to gain sympathy!” Even after five years his words haunt me during those lonely nights when life threatens to get overbearing. *-*-*-* I started working at the age of 21 and by the time I was 30 I had reached a decent stage in my career or so… Continue reading The Winning Horse – A Hashi Warrior
Story of a young woman living with Interstitial Cystitis.