Ken, I agree that it is important to keep up with new posts, but I just didn't have much new to say for a while. I have noticed that if I don't post at all, though, I soon get people asking me what's wrong: am I getting worse? So I do keep posting replies to other people!
Agatha, I would prefer to say "When I used to have MS," but the trouble is, insurance companies, for example, mark you for life. Nobody can stop me thinking that, though.
Robbie, when I was 21, I thought I could do anything. When I was 31 I cycled by myself through the south of France and down into Italy.
When I was 41 I could hardly walk.
Things changed with abx though and I really, really hope they do for you aswell.
L, I took roxithromycin because it does have marginally more brain penetration, but it isn't on the lists in the UK. If a doctor is willing, it can be ordered from France, but most aren't that adventurous and neither are the pharmacies.