A year on abx...

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A year on abx...

Postby Albhoy » Sun Dec 23, 2007 3:46 pm

Well it's actually just over a year but anyhoo....it's been a great year, diagnosed 5 years ago, every year since then I've had at least one relapse a year and never had full recovery after but since meeting Dr Wheldon and starting the abx around late November last year I've had no relapses and better still I definitely have had some improvements.

Restless legs that kept me awake at night are no where near as bad. My energy levels are better, my balance is better.

I've tried various regimes since my diagnosis but this one is the one I have felt most positive about and I am definitely going to keep it going.

I'm quite a cautious person, hate jumping the gun, counting my chickens etc. and so I have been quiet about how well I think I've been doing, my wife, however, isn't so cautious and she regularly tells me how well she thinks the protocol is doing.

So, sorry if you haven't enjoyed the same success, but I'm so glad I met Dr Wheldon and started the abx. :D
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Postby MacKintosh » Tue Dec 25, 2007 10:18 pm

Albhoy, What good Christmas news! (I'm glad I 'met' Dr. Wheldon, too, and for all the same reasons!)

Let us know how it goes for you every once in a while, please?
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Postby SarahLonglands » Wed Dec 26, 2007 9:45 am

Hi Alan, long time no hear but I'm immensely glad that you are doing well and also that your wife thinks the same. Don't go overboard with the Hogmanay celebrations, though!

Sarah :wink:
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Postby Dovechick » Sun Dec 30, 2007 12:49 am

Albhoy, so pleased to hear that you are making progress. Dr Wheldon looks after my daughter too and you both seem to have the same experience, some stability at last, some hope and beginning to see some improvements. Great news and I hope that 2008 continues in the same vein. :wink:
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