Today, we’re going to talk about doing a breast self-exam. According to international cancer guidelines, it is optional to do a breast self-exam, but it is important to be aware of changes in your breasts. To those who want to learn how to do a breast self-exam, here are detailed instructions I got from WebMD.If … More How to Do a Breast Self-Exam
I am back! I have many excuses as to why I have not been around for almost 6 weeks! My computer broke down & went in for repairs. I hate writing blogs on my phone. An inordinate amount of family gatherings. Elections Post-elections The dog ate my homework… maybe? I don’t know… The problem with … More It’s Been a While… Plus Some Overdue Shoutouts.
I hope you noticed the amazing news! The Quarter Wife has changed addresses!! Eeeeek! I am now thequarterwife.com! *Insert celebratory music here* The blog even got a makeover to herald the change. I made it a bit sleeker, less cluttered and easier to access the posts. Enjoy the new blog, and don’t worry, if you … More Intermission: One, Two Testing…
Today’s post is going to be nice and short, because I have been concentrating on celebrating my birthday. It’s been a great day, celebrating with friends and family. This year, I celebrated with a new community, the blogging community, and though I have not met them all in person, it’s great to know I have … More Favourite Thing #19: My Blog
One of the great things about being a blogger is connecting with other bloggers. It’s really fun reading their blogs and knowing that such creative content came from a normal human being. … I’m not so sure about normal, but yes, a human being! This is my latest, but not my last, shoutout to, in … More Favourite Thing #5: Other Bloggers
Here’s our Movember “Fun Fact”, to raise awareness on men’s health: Warning signs of Testicular Cancer: -A hard, pea sized lump on the testicle -Feeling of heaviness in the testicle -Enlargement of testicle -A dull ache in the testicle -Sudden accumulation of fluid in the testicle -Lower back pain -Source: Cancer society of Zimbabwe Where … More The TWA Stage
Thank you to all my followers, and I hope you’re enjoying the blog. Never hesitate to get in touch with me if you have any questions and suggestions. Until next time… the Quarter Wife.
Day 30!! I did not think this day would come, but we’re here! Started from the 1st, now we’re here. Disclaimer: I will be writing off the cuff, and will publish this unedited, so please excuse the typos and the corny Drake references. I see two already… I’m highly embarrassed… but not really! I’m jumping … More Day 30: We Made it!!
I see a few patients struggling with trying to conceive, and I do have the clinical knowledge of infertility, including the statistics, the research, the causes, the options, and so forth and so forth. I know where to refer my patients when all else fails, because we now have a doctor who has specialised in … More Day 21: Infertility
Why did I join the #30DayAfriBlogger Challenge? I love to write. Writing is cathartic to me, it lets me let out what I tend to internalise. I have a hard time vocalising my emotions, and the best way to do that for me is to write down the feelings. Maybe it’s a product of liking … More Day 15: I Love to Write