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So I realize that there are people that want this to be the answer and those that dont. I also realize that for some it has been the answer and others it has not.
I am doing better 10 months post op then when I went in. Am I cured?...No. I am still a Bad Copy of the original but better than I went in.
I had a second procedure in Dec, but I was not fully treated. Even then I did see some benefit but not near what I encountered after seeing Siskin. A third procedure may be in my future but not for at least a year or two. I want to see where this all goes. I can say with all confidence that there is something to this.
I just felt that after all the Info I got from TIMS I needed to give an honest feed back to everyone. If you have ? for me just PM.
You sound just like me BC. Not back to the original, but doing better. Overload of my CNS (too much stress, exertion and heat) and I still feel like ass, but overall, doing lots better than before. As I've said many times, nothing yet can undo damage that has already occured.
Thanks for the update, I think everyone needs to hear the good and the bad and the in-between.
I can relate, too, I am definitely much better than I started but not cured. I thought the fatigue would be more gone than it is but I had no expectation of the remnants of my foot drop (from a recovered relapse) vanishing all the way, so that it's as if the two feet are equally good. It hasn't been like that for 5 1/2 years.