I'm so sorry to hear about your new symptoms. Mark had some good advice: take three months, ride anything out that comes up, re-evaluate. I've found that there are ebbs, flows, and some stabilization of some improvements. I take it all as if it could change at any moment and hope it doesn't.
Becky seems to be doing the same thing. Fortunately, I don't have to go back to work for another week. That should help things stablize more. Unfortunately, Becky does have to return to work tomorrow. She could really use more time to recoup, if nothing else, from the trip home and being up 24 hours straight, not to mention the jet lag and recouperation from the procedure. She is much more alert and less tired most of the time, but the fatigue still comes and goes some. Of course, she went full speed when she first got home.She did run with her dog, today, something that would have been impossible before the procedure.
Rest, rest, rest seems to be the byword. The big thing I have realized is that if we backslide, at least we know how much we really can improve when the veins are truely open. I so hope that your initial gains return soon.