Before being wheeled in to surgery, Sherry said the letter on the exit sign were blurry and her speech was slurred.
“When they wheeled her (out of) surgery she said, ‘Mom, as soon as they open that vein I could see every letter as clear as a whistle,’” said Joan. “(Her) speech had improved and her voice was stronger. She said ‘Mom, feel my hands.’ Sherry had been icy cold, there was no circulation. I'm telling you, you would swear she was hot flashing. She would feel that surge of blood. Those were some of the big things.”
Since her treatment, her severe leg and neck spasms have been reduced and she has better control of her muscles, said Joan.
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HappyPoet, this reminds me of you and the exit sign at American Access Care.
It's hard to read stories of people diagnosed in their early twenties and in a wheelchair soon thereafter. Having become as involved in CCSVI as I have, it's opened my eyes to the full range of how hard MS can hit. I really hate this disease.