1eye wrote:I think here we're all guessing and taking hunches.
Don't change more than one independent variable at a time. And keep notes, if possible.
I have been bad, and have no done my Functional Composite in full, post lib. My intention was to do all three tests at baseline, 1 week, 1 month, three months, and at three month intervals after that. But it didn't get done for some past a week, though I just have PASAT left to do. Probably in the beginning it could be more often. But I think the jury's still out on how long restenosis takes. I've got an appointment to find out how I am on a Doppler.
Also, it seems we are mixing a lot of primary progressive apples and remitting oranges. Try not to compare your own case with someone badly mismatched, as to 'type', age, length of disease, or other things which could affect your progress.
I think: we have been patient, getting Liberation. We also need to be patient with that. Give it a few months, before re-doing it. jmho
I have a feeling I am in for a hellova placebo response. Well, like somebody said, who cares? If my mind did it, more power to me.
BadCopy wrote:As for me: liberated late August and actually asked cece, among others, about IBT before coming to my senses. Ask your doctor first and if he/she is unavailable don't change more than one thing at a time. Because you won't know what change you made caused the improvements or problems.
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