HappyPoet wrote:Currently having first major relapse in two years.
Deb, thank you!dlb wrote:Oh Pam,HappyPoet wrote:Currently having first major relapse in two years.
Sorry to hear you are having a relapse. Hope it is short-lived!
For myself, I feel like some of my balance, bladder, vision improvements have maybe shifted slightly for the worse in the last couple of months..... I know that I haven't been as careful about hydration and taking care of myself in the last couple of months. My senior parents were involved in a serious auto accident on Nov 9th (t-boned on my Dads side). Dad was just discharged from a Physio re-hab center 2 days ago, so it has been a VERY stressful and trying time for all of us. I feel that maybe it has had a detrimental effect on my own health, at this point in time, which is pretty depressing to admit to myself. I have not been on the site much at all either - even though I never posted too much, I used to do a lot of reading and learning. Guess it is time to shift the focus back on my own health and figure out where to go from here. I think it may be time to book for another DU to assess blood flow.....
DougL wrote:my partner woke me up at 5:00 this morning. said she couldn't sleep. i asked why?
"cause I'm walking like a normal"
no weakness, no numbness, no balance issues. this is 3 months post treatment (second treatment)
she was so excited she danced a little jig
coach wrote:EJC would you be so kind as to share Emma's improvements since being treated by doctor Amir. You might have already done this and I may have missed it. I have pretty significant problems related to my MS and some other problems (spinal stenosis) but practioners only see me as someone with MS and so practioners reccommend only MS meds which at my stage (SPMS) are ineffective and pain meds which help with back pain. I guess they (practioners) are comfortable treating MS with what has been acccepted in the neurological comunity but maybe not the undferlying cause which still seems to be a mystery at this point.
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