Searching for….Interstim?

A really cool thing about WORDPRESS, the blogging site I use, is that it tracks your stats.  One stat that is particularly interesting to me is viewing the “search” words that individuals use that result in producing a link to my blog.

By far, the most used search term to reach my blog is “Interstim.”  I find this linkage very exhilarating and useful.  When I was first exploring the option of Interstim, I, like many people, turned to social media to get “the real scoop.”  Knowing how a person implanted with Interstim contemplates the surgery, experiences success, and lives with the implant is an immeasurable tool when deciding upon a life altering procedure.  

I’m happy to be that person to so many people.  I would encourage those searching my blog for information and/or with questions regarding my experiences with Interstim to either contact me directly at peace4Lauren@gmail.com, or leave a comment.  I would like to be able to relate my most positive experience with Interstim with you in a way that is meaningful to you.

Thanks for reading,

Lauren

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2 Comments »

  1. Your blog is so similar to mine.
    http://www.neurogenicbladder.me
    I am looking forward to following you, Trudy

    • peace4lauren Said:

      Hi Trudy-Thanks for sharing your link and your story by posting your blog. I feel it is so important to get the word out there about subjects that may prove difficult to speak about openly in our society. To follow my blog, just subscribe via your email by using the prompts on the homepage. I look forward to following your blog as well. -Lauren


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