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Finishing the Course
Since I have had so many side effects, I have been mentally blank, and I am not sure what to say. But one thing – I have had a lot of pains one way or another.
23 May 2012 / 1 minute read
World TB Day video blog
On stigma On MSF
22 Mar 2012 / 1 minute read
Reuniting with family
I want to wish the readers of this blog a very happy new year. I have some good news to share. Both my daughter and son have come to live with me.
17 Jan 2012 / 2 minute read
Food and fingernails
I am feeling good in my new house. My treatment is going well. Though, I still have side effects. Often I have pain in my hands and legs. Two of the nails from the feet have fallen off.
12 Dec 2011 / 1 minute read
Waiting for my daughter to come
My daughter is 14 years old.
06 Dec 2011 / 1 minute read
A new house
I have shifted to a new house. My aunt’s house is being repaired, so they asked me to move out to a new one room house in Muolnom village near Churchandpur town.
02 Nov 2011 / 1 minute read
My wife has left me since I got this sickness. I have two daughters who live in Nagaland and one son who lives in Manipur with my elder brother.
06 Sep 2011 / 2 minute read
A short update
I am very happy to hear from so many people.
01 Sep 2011 / 1 minute read
All the children around here are afraid of me. They feel that they will get my sickness. After people get to know I have TB, they go away.
30 Aug 2011 / 1 minute read
A normal day
I don’t know how my day passes. I don’t remember. With MDR TB, one feels very lazy. Sometimes I get up early, sometimes late. I wake up, and then sleep again. I can’t even sleep well.
23 Aug 2011 / 1 minute read
There are many side effects, but I cannot name them all. I forget. My hands and feet become very warm. It feels like it is burning. It hurts.
21 Aug 2011 / 1 minute read
I had a bad cough. I went to the TB hospital in Nagaland. After the tests they told me I had TB. It has been six years now that I have had TB.
10 Aug 2011 / 2 minute read