Hi all, after being cut off from the site for 24 hours all my links to it have been suspended and as we have been very busy in the UK with the CCSVI petition I did not have time to come looking for my threads until today. Bit of news:
BIT 1 ms-ccsvi-uk has reached their target of 10,000 signatures for their petition last night with 1 day to spare. When we were discussing what our target should be number of 5,000 and 7,500 were being discussed, but I thought to myself aim high and then get working. So I suggested 10,000 whatever the result it did not really matter, but the fact that we achieved it is great for the morale of all those who took part. So if any of you are reading this well done.
BIT2 Ella, as some of you who know me will know, I don't ask too many questions of my daughter and as she does not live with me it is difficult to assess her situation, but let me say this: she picked up a bladder infection in Poland, probably because they cathaterise their patients at night and when she got back home and had it tested it was quite a significant one, similar to one that landed her in A&E last time she had it. But this time she is carrying on with life as normal, the antibiotics are not affecting her balance and ability to get around. She went to work on Friday then went out in the evening. Has been actibe on the internet and joinged the facebook fan page: http://www.facebook.com/ms.ccsvi.uk
which she had refused to do before the procedure because she did not want to be reminded of what may or may not happen to her in Poland.
So I get a positive picture from all that.
Michele, warrior4MS, mother and champion for Ella, the MSer. The solution is out there we just have to ask the right questions.