I am having the most hrrible day, I'm so dizzy I' can hardly walk. It also sometimes feel like I will fall when I am laying down. I have been thinking it must be something else, as it comes and goes, good days and bad days, can even change in mid day. I have come to terms with it now, that it is probably ms, and that made me feel even more depressed about it, as nothing can be done, and no symptom relieving meds works if its caused by ms.
Then I found this page, and learnt about ccsvi, it brought me some hope. I was lucky to get an early apointment in Bulgaria, a cancellation. I can see the end of it now, only two weeks to go. Counting the days, beliving I will come back feeling better. Reading the testemonies of everybody that has allready been liberated makes me smile. I'm greatful for the early apointment, I'm greaful I my parents are paying for me to go and have it done. I feel very fortunate for the oportunety to try to get healthier.
I know there is a chance it will not work, I know there is a chance I might not even have ccsiv, I know the results can be short term. But it is so good to have a bit of hope a bit of better prospects. It is what keeps me ticking now when I feel very ill, so nausious and dizzy that I sometimes throw up.
So thank you to everybody that has tried the operation, and spread the word to all of us. Creating a demand for such a procedure to be offered in private clinics whilest waiting for the formal results and for it to be standard treatment in more countries then Kuwait.
Let us focus on all the promising results, and also the fact that it is a low risk procedure. Other people take greater risks having their boobs enlarged, and their tummies tucked. Enoguh of my emotional postings, but its just so good to have a bit of hope, and not just doom and gloom and tysabri.
<div>I have lived with ms for 8 years. The last year has been hell, I've gone from shite to even worse every single month, until my liberation in May. </div>