Still cotton balls under feet after Liberation?

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Still cotton balls under feet after Liberation?

Postby William57 » Sat Apr 03, 2010 10:32 am

I wondered if the feeling of the cotton balls under the feet still exists after the liberation procedure is performed?

Often warm feet and hands are reported right after the treatment, but no one has mentioned something about the cotton balls feeling under the feet. While this is a common symptom, I wondered this also disappears or just stays.
Or did I have missed those reports?
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Postby Lelo » Sun Apr 04, 2010 12:57 am

I did the procedure 26 days ago. The bad feelings in the feets is still there and since it has been there since my ms started, my personal guess, is that it will take long time to heal the damage, down in the feets, or perhaps the feeling of fish tires strapped around your toes will never dissappear. My main improvement is in the head and strenght and balance.
For me the most important idea with the endovasclular treatment was to stop the progression, and if there is improvement, and there is if I do my excersises daily, and don´t stress myself and continue eating healthy food.
I think it´s very important to not just sit down and waiting for the improvement to come. You need to help your body finding the way back to function.
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Postby William57 » Sun Apr 04, 2010 9:26 am

Thanks Lelo for your reply. Those cotton balls is one of the least irritating symptons. They do not hinder me with walking or move around. Things like the fatigue and a leg that is not working correctly, are far more annoying.

Only because practically nobody mentioned it, I was curious and therefor I asked it explicitely.

If other still want to reply, please do not hestitate to do so.
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