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Showing posts with label Pompholyx. Show all posts

12/08/2010

Harapan Ramadhan

August 12, 2010 4 Komen
Sekarang dah setengah tahun 2010.
Hampir 2 tahun kami dah hidup bersama.
Bagi yang dah follow blog ni dari dulu lagi mungkin tahu.
Atau ingat.
Dulu selepas kahwin saya pernah dapat penyakit misteri.
Dan sebenarnya penyakit tu tak pernah pun sembuh sepenuhnya.
Sampai sekarang.

Susah nak cakap.
Dari segi kesihatan dan perubatan.
Saya dulu mengidap Pompholyx
Mereka cakap saya allergik.
Ada yang cakap infection.

Ok, fine.

Kalau alergik, sekarang memang saya jaga makan.
Saya cuma makan ikan dan sayur jer sekarang.

Kalau infection, tapi sampai sekarang tak sembuh?
Banyaknya hama dan bakteria kat umah?

Itu lah saya hanya berserah.
Kekadang saya rasa malas dah nak berubat.
Rasa nak biar jer.
Biar, biar, biar.
Saya dah give up.
Saya dah malas nak makan pil.
Malas nak sapu krim.
Malas semuanya

Harapan Ramadhan.
Saya nak memperbanyakkan amal.
Mudahan penyakit saya disembuhkan.
Buku tu dah lama saya beli.
Tapi tak pernah nak mengamalkannya.

Sebab tu lah kekadang saya sedih mengenangkan nasib sendiri.
Memang saya gembira tapi jauh di sudut hati tak siapa yang tahu.
Betapa tersiksanya saya.
Saya sedih.


16/03/2010

Mungkin Benar

March 16, 2010 3 Komen
Muka saya dah naik merah-merah, macam mula-mula selepas kawen dulu. Mungkinkah saya alergik dengan alat-alat mekap?

Hmmm...

Saya baru balik dari kursus BTN semalam. Masa kursus tu tempat tu memang banyak nyamuk. Mungkinkah sebab nyamuk kulit saya merah-merah dan gatal.

Tapi saya jugak ada meminta kawan saya 'menconteng' sedikit muka saya dengan blusher. Sikit jer, takde efek langsung. Mungkinkah sebab itu? Simptom yang sama dengan selepas kawen. Gatal-gatal di muka.

Rasa macam nak nangis. Tak suka.

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09/02/2009

Follow-up Pompholyx-ku

February 09, 2009 11 Komen
Tok entri ku yang ke-180 makei domain mimyara.com
Ari tok panas koh, aku sik nyesah baju tapi keta Encik Suami dah ensem balit dah
Baruk rasa best jak dok lam keta ya

:mRempit:

Eh, berlagu lok
Dan mentari muncul lagi...
La la la....

Ari tok aku ada appointment di Skin Clinic.. cam biasa lah
Follow up kes Pompholyx ku dolok
Appointment aku 3.36 pm
Tapi awal ku sampei di GH ri tok
Ingat tek nak balit awal ya lah mintak appointment petang
Tapi.. last minute mintak cuti
Rugi juak asa appointment petang
Mun setel pagi nak ka dapat dating puas-puas petangnya
Aok, Encik Suami pun disuruh ku apply cuti juak
Hua hua hua
Baruk la bermakna cuti dengan suami di sisi nak?
Keh keh keh.. kenjet li jak bunyi

Pas register rah kaunter dibah baruk la aku dapat kad klinik ku
Belek punya belek terus ku ternangga blood test report ku bulan ya tek

Sebelum sidak doktor review, aku review lok
Gitok cara nak evaluatenya



Dan yang paling aku suk
Aku sikda alergik ngan sea food...!
See...

Boleh lah makan sotong goreng tepung tanpa was-was.
Hehehe.

Yes!!
Susah eh nak berpantang makan.
Cuma aku sikleh kena debu gilak la.
Yang D.farinae ngan D.pteronyssus ya debu la.

Retinya nak..
Dolok aku kena Pompholyx ya bukan la sebab lobster
Sebab Pompholyx nang sik ditauk
Doktor madah sik tauk
Aku tanyak ngan Pakcik Google pun madah sik tauk
Mun diekot urang kita mungkin ada juak kebetulannya lah
Tulah.. ya jak la dapat sidak urang tua madah
Nenek aku pun sik ingat
Dah tua bah ne nak ingat
Lagikpun bapak aku nang bukan bangsa Abang atau Awang mun dalam IC
So ne lah tauk
Kata ngah ku (Kakak bapak) sebenarnya sidaknya berbangsa Abang/Dayang
Masa nikah dolok, time mandik pengantin ya
Sik diengkah dian, oops, bukan dian.. sori sori
Kain kunin
Aku tok sik tauk papa
Ya urang tua pun adat
Nang ku sik tauk
Kali kebetulan juak lah ngan kazen ku belah bapak
Lupak dipolah gia nya kena sama cam aku
Tapi lagik dasyat kena rah mata
Alu jadi cam lanun nya.. bertutup sebelah mata
Wallahualam
Semuanya kerana Allah bah
Nya Maha Mengetahui
Aku bersyukur sebab aku dah bait
Walaupun tadik doktor warning Pompholyx tok mungkin akan berulang
Mintak simpang malaikat 44

:mSurrender:

Nang aku surrender..!
Sik tahan rasa ku sik dapat papa
Semua jak ngarap urang

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31/01/2009

Januari

January 31, 2009 9 Komen

Ari tok 31 Januari
Abis dah bulan Januari koh
Bulan tok jak banyak benda dah berlaku dalam hidup aku
Benda yang mungkin sikpat ku lupak seumur hidup ku

Bulan Januari tok la ku rasa
Bulan yang paling banyak ku nelan dadah
Sik pernah sepanjang hidup aku bergantung hidup ngan dadah
Tapi bulan tok
Nang macam-macam dadah dah masuk lam badan ku
Sebab pa?
Sebab alergik ku ya lah

Nektok alhamdulillah
Aku dah bertambah ok
Macam research yang pernah dipolah ku dolok
Pompholyx ya akan bait dalam masa 3-4 week
Nektok gitok la rupa tangan ku



Dolok tangan kiri ku tok ada blister besar
Sesapa yang sik tauk kisah blister aku tok
Leh baca kat sitok
Bila ku nangga balit gamba tangan ku masa ya
Nang takut ku nangga
Sik sangka juak tangan ku akan jadi licin macam biasa balit
Tapi parut-parut ya tetap ada lah
Ne nak molah
Pakei kenangan lah kali
Redha jak lah

Pasal alergik ku ria
Aku pun lom tauk gik sebab sebenar
Walaupun patch test ya nang dah tauk result
Tapi blood test lom tauk result gik
Darah ok, semua ok
Cuma sik tauk aku ada alergik ngan seafood ke sik

Ada juak mak menakan ku madah
Alergik aku ya sebab keturunan
Sik tauk la menar ke sik
Mungkin kebetulan juak
Ada cousin aku pas nikah
Kena blister macam aku juak

Ada juak madah sebab benda lain
Macam-macam jak
Nak kata sik percayak, sik boleh takbur gilak
Nak kata percayak gilak, sik boleh
Dalam bidang perubatan pun ada banyak jenis penyakit
Ngan alergik

Tapi
Aku bersyukur
Aku dah bait
Selera makan ku pun bertambah
Dan aku semakin berisik

Yeahhhaaa...!

:mGelak:

Baruk ku rasa berbaloi makan banyak
Jadi ke tubuh

Pic tok ku ambik sebelum turun keja pagi Khamis tek
Terkejut juak ku nangga muka ku
Bulat da jak...!
Bak-bak li jak rupa

:mJahat:

Hua hua hua

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19/01/2009

Patch Test

January 19, 2009 6 Komen
Hari nih aku follow up lagi kat SGH. Last week Doc dah cakap hari ni aku kena buat Patch Test untuk confirmkan lagi aku alergik dengan alergen apa. Ni bermakna minggu ni jer aku kena pergi GH 3 hari, hari ni untuk pasang Patch Test tu pastu Rabu kena buat 1st reading dan Jumaat plak 2nd reading dan Doc akan review overall result termasuk blood test.

Sebenarnya leceh jugak Patch Test ni. Takleh sweating yang melampau, takleh basah, (means takleh mandi kena kat belakang... huhu), takleh makan ubat yang ada steroid, bla bla bla.

Disebabkan semangat inkuiri yang membuak-buak, nak tau pasal Patch Test nih, aku dah googling dah pasal nih. Asal balik jer dari Skin Clinic ada jer research yang aku buat. Keh keh keh.


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Patch tests (contact allergy testing)




Patch tests applied

Dermatologists apply patch tests in patients with dermatitis, to find out whether their skin condition may be caused or aggravated by a contact allergy. Patch tests are not the same as skin prick tests, which are used to diagnose hay fever allergy (house dust mite, grass pollens and cat dander). Skin prick tests have very limited value for patients with skin rashes.

The patch testing described here is as it is undertaken in Hamilton, New Zealand. There may be slight differences in methods used at other centres - if you are having patch tests done, ask your dermatologist to explain.

A range of substances can be used for patch testing. The European Standard Series of allergens (or similar) is applied to nearly every patient, together with specific tests appropriate to the individual. Each substance (known as an allergen) has been tested to find the best concentration to demonstrate an allergic reaction without causing irritation to those who are not allergic to the material.


Several positive results

Sometimes the results can be inconclusive or misleading. Instead of one or two positive reactions, sometimes nearly all test areas become red and itchy. This is known as ‘angry back’ and is most likely to occur in those with very active dermatitis (false positive result). At other times, there may be little or no apparent reaction to a substance that regularly causes dermatitis in that person (false negative result).

Angry back

Further testing may be necessary. Patch tests do not always explain the cause of a dermatitis.


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The appointments

The first appointment will take about half an hour. Tiny quantities of 25 to 150 materials in individual square plastic or round aluminium chambers are applied to the upper back. They are kept in place with special hypoallergenic adhesive tape. The patches stay in place undisturbed for 48 hours.

At the second appointment, usually two days later, the patches will be removed. Sometimes further patches are applied. The back is marked with an indelible black felt tip pen or other suitable marker to identify the test sites.

These marks must still be visible at the third appointment, usually two days later (4 days after application). The back should be checked and if necessary remarked on several occasions between the 2nd and 3rd appointments.


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The results

The dermatologist will complete a record form at the second and third appointments (usually 48 and 96 hour readings). The result for each test site is recorded. The system we use is as follows:

  • Negative (-)
  • Irritant reaction (IR)
  • Equivocal / uncertain (+/-)
  • Weak positive (+)
  • Strong positive (++)
  • Extreme reaction (+++)

+/- reaction +++ reaction

Irritant reactions include sweat rash, follicular pustules and burn-like reactions. Uncertain reactions refer to a pink area under the test chamber. Weak positives are slightly elevated pink or red plaques. Strong positives are ‘papulovesicles’ and extreme reactions are blisters or ulcers. The relevance depends on the site and type of dermatitis and the specific allergen. The interpretation of the results requires considerable experience and training.


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Notes

  • Do not expose your back to the sun for four weeks before your patch tests
  • Wear old clothing; felt tip pen marks can stain clothes
  • Do not swim, rub, or exercise, as the patches may come off
  • Keep the back dry, so no baths, showers or unnecessary sweating
  • Arrange for someone to remark the test sites with indelible felt tip marker

08/01/2009

Pompholyx

January 08, 2009 4 Komen

What is pompholyx?

Pompholyx is a type of eczema which affects the hands and feet, causing tiny blisters and irritation. (Eczema is a condition causing skin inflammation; there is a separate leaflet about it.) Pompholyx is also known as 'dyshidrotic eczema' or 'vesicular eczema of the hands and feet'. Other names are 'cheiropompholyx' if it affects the hands, or 'pedopompholyx' if it affects the feet.

What causes pompholyx?

The exact cause is not known (as with eczema). However, there seem to be some factors which might be involved in causing or triggering this condition. These are:

  • Metals such as nickel or cobalt (either on the skin, or in food).
  • An antibiotic called neomycin (this is not often used).
  • Certain chemicals, for example, perfumes.
  • Fungal infection of the skin (see below).
  • Emotional stress.

Pompholyx may be aggravated by anything which is 'irritant' to the skin, such as detergents, various 'solvent' type chemicals, and water (if there is frequent or prolonged contact with water).

Who gets pompholyx?

Pompholyx probably affects about 1 in 20 of people who have eczema on their hands. It is less common after middle age and in older people.

What are the symptoms of pompholyx?

At first, there are tiny blisters in the skin of the hands or feet. They are located on the palms or fingers of the hands (often on the sides of the fingers), and on the soles or toes of the feet. The blisters may feel itchy or 'burning'. Sometimes the small blisters can merge to form larger ones.

As the blisters start to heal, the skin goes through a 'dry' stage where there are are cracks or peeling skin.

If there is severe pompholyx near the fingernails or toenails, then the nails may have ridges, or there may be swelling at the base of the nail (called 'paronychia').

Sometimes the blisters or skin cracks can get infected. If so, there may be pus (yellow fluid) in the blisters or cracks. Or, there may be increasing redness, pain, swelling or crusting of the affected skin. See a doctor urgently if you have these symptoms or if you suspect an infection.

How is pompholyx diagnosed?

It is diagnosed by the medical history and the appearance of the skin.

What is the treatment for pompholyx?

As with eczema, there is no absolute cure for pompholyx, but it does respond to treatments. Possible treatments are:

Compresses or soaks

These are used when there are blisters, or if the skin is wet and 'weepy'. Do not use them if the skin is dry. They help dry out the blisters and oozing, and have an antiseptic action.

How do I make a compress or soak?

One of the following solutions (liquids) can be used as a soak or compress. Use it for about 15 minutes, four times daily. Either soak your hands or feet in the solution, or get a clean cloth such as an old sheet or towel, soak the cloth in the solution (this makes a compress) and put it on the affected skin.

  • A "weak solution" of vinegar. The strength is not specified other than as 'vinegar in water'.
  • Burow's solution. This is a solution of aluminium acetate in water. It comes as a powder to which you add water. Follow the instructions to make a 1:40 solution (the 1:40 is the strength of the solution). At present, it does not seem that Burow's solution is available in the UK. In other parts of the world it can be obtained under the brand name of Domeboro - for details see http://www.bayercare.com/Domeboro_faqs.cfm
  • Potassium permanganate solution. Note: this will stain skin and clothing. Potassium permanganate is available without prescription from pharmacies in the UK. It comes in the form of crystals, as a solution (liquid) or as dissolvable tablets. You will need to add water. If using crystals, drop 4 or 5 crystals into a litre of water. If using the tablets or liquid, follow the instructions to make a 0.01% solution (do not use the original liquid undiluted).

Moisturisers and barrier creams

As with eczema generally, moisturising creams or ointments are helpful for dry skin, peeling or cracked skin, and to act as a barrier against water or chemicals. There are many different brands, which can be bought over the counter or prescribed. See your pharmacist or doctor for suggestions. There is a separate leaflet on emollients (moisturisers) for eczema.

Steroids

Steroids can be helpful because they reduce inflammation - this can reduce irritation and help the skin to heal. Steroids are best used as short-term treatments or in low doses, because side-effects may occur with long-term use of high strength steroids.

The usual steroid treatment for pompholyx is a short course (about 2 weeks) of a high-strength steroid cream or ointment, used on the affected areas of skin. If your skin is blistered or weeping (wet), a cream type will work best. For dry or thick skin, ointment works better. High-strength steroids should not be used for more than about 2 weeks without medical advice.

Rarely, in severe cases of pompholyx, steroid tablets may be used. They are effective, but again, may have side-effects, so are only used if really necessary.

Antibiotics and antifungal treatment

If there are signs of infection (as above), an antibiotic can help.

There are also reports that some cases of pompholyx improve if fungal infections of the feet are treated. (This type of infection is common and is usually a mild condition - it is often known as 'athlete's foot'. The medical name is 'tinea pedis'.) Antifungal creams such as clotrimazole or terbinafine can be used to treat this infection.

Other treatments

If pompholyx is severe or persistent, there are other treatment options. These will usually need to be discussed with a specialist, or in the UK may only be available from a dermatologist (skin specialist).

Ultraviolet light therapy

This is called 'UV therapy' or 'PUVA therapy'. The treatment is ultraviolet light on the skin. It is usually given as a course of treatment at a hospital outpatient clinic.

Medication affecting the immune system

There are other medications which can help. These work by affecting the immune system to reduce inflammation. Examples are methotrexate, azathioprine and dapsone tablets. Another type is medication called 'tacrolimus' or 'pimecrolimus' in ointment form. All these may have serious side-effects, so the pros and cons of using them have to be considered. Sometimes, they are used to help reduce the amount of steroid medication that is needed.

Botulinum toxin

Some cases of pompholyx have improved after injections of botulinum toxin into the skin. Botulinum toxin is a substance that affects the nerves in the skin. We do not know exactly why this works for pompholyx - possibly, it works by affecting the sweat glands, reducing sweat and moisture in the skin.

Testing and treating for possible trigger factors

A type of skin testing called 'patch testing' can be used, to see if particular substances such as nickel, perfume components, etc., cause a strong reaction in the skin. If so, you may be advised to try avoiding contact with these substances, to see if this improves the pompholyx.

There has also been some research testing sensitivity to metals by mouth (instead of on the skin). For example, giving oral doses of nickel and then observing the skin reaction. Reports suggest that in some cases, diet changes such as reducing nickel in the diet, can help. We do not know whether this is relevant to the majority of people who have pompholyx.

What is the outlook for pompholyx?

The time course of pompholyx varies for each individual. In some people it clears up in about 3-4 weeks. In others, it can be more persistent (doctors call this a 'chronic' form).

Further help and information

National Eczema Society

Hill House, Highgate Hill, London, N19 5NA
Helpline: 0870 241 3604 Web: www.eczema.org

Pompholyx.co.uk

A patient website offering Information, advice & support for pompholyx sufferers.
Website www.pompholyx.co.uk


07/01/2009

Konsultasi di Klinik Dermatologi SGH

January 07, 2009 6 Komen
Dah tiba masanya nak hapdet. Mr Hubby dah zzzz.... Yihaaa...! Dia pun dah bagi chance aku mengonlinekan diri. Hehehe. Siang tadi tak sempat la beb nak hapdet. Maklum la baru masuk ofis, blur jek. Terus siapkan bajet 2009. Thanks Naz sebab dah tolong separuh, mun sik, lambat juak nak siap tadik, sikpat alu kita molah 'field work' sampei kol 3 hoh? Hahahaha.

Semalam 6 Januari 2009 - aku pergi appointment di klinik pakar SGH. First time u, aku gi buat formal treatment kat SGH. Before ni aku pergi A&E jek jumpa doc kat situ dan mintak sickleave. Appointment di skin clinic ni pun ditetapkan oleh doc masa aku gi A&E ari Ahad ari tu. Tu pun sebab Mr Hubby request nak mintak refer ke Pubalan (Skin Specialist). Fuh, at last dapat jugak. Berdebar-debar jugak la walaupun SGH ni dah macam tempat permainan aku. Hehehe.

7.30 pagi lagi aku dah gerak dari umah. Sampai-sampai jer Mr Hubby tak tau tempat nak register. Nama jer staff SGH. Rupanya pergi register kat depan yang selalu ramai orang tuh. Bila dah tiba kat kaunter kat situ, ramai ler pulak orang, tak tau dah nak buat apa. Sib baik orang yang entertain kat kaunter situ wife kepada cousin jiran aku, so aku dengan tak malunya bertanya.

"Kitak bini Syukor nak?"

"Aok. Kitak nak ke sine?"

"Skin clinic. Pastok gine?"

Hahaha. Nampak sangat kan tak pernah berurusan dengan hospital.

"Tunggu jak. Pastok urang nunggah nama kitak"

"Ok."

So aku pun pergi la carik kerusi ngan adik aku. Mr Hubby dah gi department dia jap. Tak lama lepas tu nama aku pun kena panggil.

"Ada kerja dengan jabatan kerajaan?"

"Ada."

"Sine? Ada embak guarantee letter sik?"

"Oh. Sik ada."

"Kelak kitak embak masa gi appointment sekali gik. Surat ya valid 3 bulan jak la."

"Oklah. Kelak mek embak"

Konfiden jek ada 2nd appointment. Ahaks. Pastu dia suruh aku gi skin clinic kat 1st Floor.



Patient kat situ tak ramai. Kitorang duduk-duduk jer la sambil nengok MHI. Mijot & Mr Hubby dah takut-takutkan aku. Diorang cakap blister aku tu mesti kena minor operation sebab nak pecahkan ia. Aku pun riso gak la sebab turn nombor aku dah lepas. Nombor selepas nombor aku plak yang masuk dulu. Ini tak boleh jadi nih.



At last nombor aku pun dipanggil jugak. Masuk jer aku pun kaget gak la sebab ada ramai sangat orang kat situ. Rupanya 4 orang tu bakal doktor dari Unimas. Makanya aku pun dijadikan bahan P&P diorang untuk hari tu. Huhuhu. Semua bakal doc tu examine blister yang ada kat tangan aku. Tapi semuanya tak betul! Siap sorang doc tu peluk jer buku teks Dermalogy tapi salah jugak. Dr Felix Yap tu jugak yang betul. Dia suh aku stop makan antibiotic, makan ithciness pill tu. Soalan yang dia tanya tu macam betul jer. Siap dia suruh aku sue specialist clinic yang aku pergi before nih sebab tak bagitau nama ubat-ubat yang aku makan dan gunakan. Takpe la, aku gelak jer. Benda dah nak jadi. Lagipun memang aku ada history alergik then aku first time makan lobster. Aku request nak buat blood test dan Dr Felix tu on jer bagi aku appointment untuk blood test ari tu jugak. Selamat la duit aku, ingatkan nak buat kat Gribbles. Hehehe.

Sebelum balik tu aku tanya sekali lagi nama penyakit aku nih. Aku tak ingat sebab nama saintifik sangat kan. Aku cakap aku nak surf internet. Dr Felix tu dengan baik hatinya tulis nama penyakit aku atas sekeping kertas dan bagi aku.

"Nanti u balik u buat research keyh."



Huhuhu. Aku pun keluar dari consultation room tu dengan senyuman lega sebab takde pun doc tu cakap nak buat minor operation nak pecahkan blister tuh. Next - aku kena gi blood test plak. Ni pun 1 hal, aku tak pernah cucuk darah! Hari tu baru jer injection tu pun aku sembunyik belakang Mr Hubby takmo tengok pergelanganku dicucuk, ni plak nak amik darah. Erkk...



Dekat blood lab tuh, punya ler ramai manusia. Masa tu baru la Mr Hubby insaf nak pakai name-tag dia. Terus jer aku dapat giliran. Priority case! Ok la takde la lama sangat menunggu.



Masa tunggu turn ke-232 tu la banyak sangat ragam manusia yang aku nengok. Macam-macam ada. Sibuk betul la hospital kan. Kalo la aku tiap hari kerja environment gini, tak tau la. Takleh nak imagine.

Haaa... masa nak amik darah tu, orang tua tu very la user-friendly. Mesti dia biasa berdepan dengan orang macam aku kot, yang first time amik darah. Aku siap gitau dia lagi yang aku nih first time. Haha. Very the cuak ok! Dia corner sana, corner sini, tak perasan plak bila dia dah masukkan jarum kat lengan aku. sakit lagi masa injek ubat hari tuh! Banyak lak tuh darah aku yang keluar. Takde la sakit sangat pun. Trust me! Aku tak nangis pun. Wakaka. Aku nengok lelaki yang amik darah sebelah aku pun tak berani nengok bila pekerja cucuk lengannya. Apatah lagi aku kan, sib baik la dapat orang tua yang mulut becok tuh. Lupa semua ketakutan. Hehehehe.

So, my next appointment ialah 13.01.09.



Ooops.. blister aku pecah on the way aku nak balik umah pas balik dari SGH. Nih pic hari nih. Masa pecah tu tak sakit apa-apa cuma keluar air yang tak berapa nak jernih jer.



Terima kasih semua kerana mendoakan saya cepat sembuh. Insya Allah Pompholyx ni akan sembuh dalam jangka masa 3-4 minggu. Insya Allah.

Tangan kiri aku pun dah agak ok cuma aku tak berani lagi nak lembapkan ia sangat. Dah boleh pegang sudu dan garfu masa makan kira ok la kan. Cuma aku agak malu la sebab tangan aku dah tak 'seindah' dulu.




02/01/2009

Cepatlah pergi derita!

January 02, 2009 18 Komen
Warning: Read and View at your own risk!

Hari nih aku sickleave! Tak pernah-pernah aku dapat sickleave. KJ dah sms gitau hari ni ada meeting kewangan tapi what to do, pergerakan aku sekarang memang agak terbatas. Menaip ni pun aku kontrol-kontrol jer tangan kiri aku ni.

Aku dah menderita 'penyakit' ni sejak selepas Krismas yang lalu. Before krismas, pakcik aku bawak balik lobster dari Sabah. Aku yang jakun jumpa lobster memang teruja benar nak makan. Bila aku tengok jer bendalah lobster tu, aku tak berkenan tapi teringin jugak nak makan. Pastu Mr Hubby yang tau aku memang tak suka spesies-spesies udang ni, dia kopek la sikit ngan aku, bila tengok aku excited sangat nak rasa. Aku makan la sikit isi lobster yang putih, lemak, manis tu. Rasanya macam udang campur ketam. Tapi aku makan sikit jer, sebab aku memang tak suka udang dan ketam.

Pastu kebesokan harinya aku perasan jari-jari aku ada gelembung-gelembung kecil.



Aku tak hiraukan sangat sebab masa tu bibir aku kering dan dagu aku pun sama ada rashes.




Aku dah mula riso. Muka tu. Segan wei nak keluar rumah. Semua orang riso. Aku lagi la. Tak tau kenapa jadi camtu. Aku rasa maybe alergik make up masa aku kawen ari tu. So aku pergi Klinik Dr. Kon, kali kedua aku pergi dalam masa seminggu. Sebelum ni aku pergi sebab kaki aku ada infection. 2-3 hari jer aku sapu krim yang Dr. Kon bagi, semuanya dah kering dan ok. Tapi timbul plak masalah lain.


Pic ni aku snap kelmarin (31.12.2008)



Pic terkini, baru snap pagi ni.

Tensionnya aku! Sakitnya sebab blister tu menegang dan area tepinya rasa gatal-gatal. Dekat jari manis tu pun sakit semacam jer. Jari tu memang takleh pakai. Tangan kiri aku memang rest jer 2-3 hari ni. Bergantung ngan tangan kanan jer. Dulu boleh gak makan guna fork & spoon tapi sejak semalam aku guna sudu jer. Tangan kiri aku sakit sangat bila nak pegang sesuatu. Nak ikat rambut pun adik aku tolong. Nak lilit tudung pun sakit. Semuanya kena guna tangan kanan semata-mata. Aku rasa macam orang cacat jer. Sedih sangat. Kalo Mr Hubby cakap macam-macam nak pujuk aku, mulalah air mataku bergenang. Kalo diam-diam mengenangkan nasib diri, mesti air mataku berlinang. Sedih sangat-sangat.

Dulu aku ada history alergik bila makan udang tapi bila aku dah tak makan sangat udang ,alergik aku ni ok. Makan belacan pun ok je. Tapi alergik tu berulang lagi bila aku makan lobster hari tu. Aku rasa la. Memang alergik lobster. No more explaination. Pasni aku nak check darah plak nak confirmkan masalah alergik yang aku ada. Selama ni aku ingat aku takde alergik apa-apa. Cuma udang jer la suatu ketika dulu. Uwaaa...! Patut ar aku benci udang.

Sepatutnya aku kena kerja hari ni, tapi aku rasa aku takleh nak gi kerja. Hari tu aku pergi bawak mak mertua aku pergi check up di hospital, Mr Hubby takleh nak bawak sebab ada MRI emergency case, aku tahan jer sakit kat tangan kiri dan kaki masa driving. Masa tu blister belom membengkak sangat tapi jari-jari kaki aku sakit jugak la kena tekan clutch. Hari ni aku rasa memang susah sangat la driving. Sakit tu bila nak tukar gear. Nak reverse pun susah bila kena pusing stereng. So semalam Mr Hubby bawak aku gi SGH check kat situ plak dan mintak sickleave. Doktor tu bagi sickleave on 1/2 Januari 2009. Aku ingatkan dia bagi Jumaat dan Isnin. Sob sob. Tapi takpe la, ada Sabtu dan Ahad. Hopefully penderitaanku akan berakhir ASAP. Amin.

Masa di SGH semalam aku kena injection. Masa nak injection tu takutnya. Mr Hubby coolkan aku, dia pun tak sampai hati nak injection aku, so dia biarkan jer MA tu injek kat pergelangan tangan aku. Pas injection tu tangan aku takde rasa apa, ye la dah masukkan dadah so takde ar rasa sakit. Tangan kiri aku pun dah boleh diluruskan. Sebelum ni asik 'menadah tangan kiri' jer aku. Sakit wooo. Tapi efeknya tak lama. Pas 2-3 jam dah menyengat balik tangan aku. Isk.

Doktor kat SGH nasihatkan aku continue dengan ubat-ubat Dr Kon tapi stopkan krim sapu yang dia bagi. Doktor kat SGH bagi aku krim sapu ni jer.





Ubat ni plak aku kena continue sebab aku dah start makan antibiotiknya. Lagipun kalo SGH bagi pil pun mesti kategori yang sama kot. Yang suh aku mengantuk. Patut ar aku cepat jer mengantuk sejak aku start ambil pil-pil ni. Aku ingatkan efek sleepy yang doktor cakap tu malam jer. Rupanya pil siang tu pun sama.

Doakan aku cepat sembuh yer. Bosan ar hidup cam ni. Aku tak bebas nak bergerak. Jalan pun slow jer. Kalo aku kerja ri ni aku rasa memang takleh pakai kasut. Sandal yang biasa aku pakai pun susah nak masuk kat jari-jari tu, semuanya ada gelembung-gelembung kecil. Sakit. Doakan aku yer.

p.s: Selamat tahun baru 2009!