prairiegirl wrote:drsclafani wrote:MarkW wrote:What a loaded question..............MarkW
no, malden is the one who is loaded
Cece wrote:Yes, I am amused that lifting the arms over the head turned out to be of no significance in terms of blood flow.
drsclafani wrote:Malden wrote:Cece wrote:He said one day that he is toxically overextended until Christmas. Toxically!
I was toxically overextended last nigh too, celebrating the birth of my niece
if she was named sally, then i'll tip one for the girl too!
drsclafani wrote:i am a closet skeptic. I have reserved full enthusiasm from day one when the bestadmom invited me to jump in the pool with the MS crowd.
I have remained a skeptic, hoping that this will work but having a jaundiced eye from the beginning. I have seem miraculous improvements and many disappointments. Today i heard from three patients treated recently, two after my inquiry to them. It helped me smell the coffee.
"things are so so." "well, actually people tell me my wandering eye no longer wanders and people note how i look them straight in the eye now"
"O, by the way, my purple feet are now completely gone "
"funny, how i now move around when sleeping instead of lying there like a log"
At my age, i am hungry for the miracle. i am impatient to the subtle changes. I want overwhelming evidence.
But such is this disease..it is measured in decades. and in incremental loss
subtle changes dont excite me...but perhaps they do excite someone with only strength in the neck muscles that drives her chair.
today taught me the meaning of patience
drsclafani wrote:But such is this disease..it is measured in decades. and in incremental loss
."O, by the way, my purple feet are now completely gone "
pklittle wrote:."O, by the way, my purple feet are now completely gone "
I have heard of purple feet becoming pink and warm, but never have i heard of them disappearing! lol
Dr Sclafani, i hope smelling the coffee did not cause you to loose any of your enthusiasum.
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