Medical Woes and “Woahs!”

Making a Difference

Having spent a lot of time in Georgia, I considered myself to be rather lucky that I have never had to enter a doctors office for any reason. Not solely because I am in Georgia and dealing with things related to your own health and well-being in a second language scares the pants off of me, but also because I absolutely hate being sick and absolutely hate hospitals, doctors, other sick people, and the general smell that permeates all medical practises. I tend to crawl up into a ball and hide out until the feeling of illness passes, and that had worked for me, up until now.

My back decided it had had enough of all my mad gallivanting, and gave up on me (the woes part of the title). I could hardly bend over, and walking was a constant pain, but I just decided to ignore it. A week later, I…

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About Sarah Rows Solo

British YouTuber and Founder of Environmental and STEM education charity Oceans Project, preparing for a solo row around the coast of Great Britain.
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