thank you so much for your very kind replies.
I have had some bad days this week and I'm sure it came across in my post. I have just had symptoms for so long, well 5-6 years so probably nothing in ms time. Anyway friends and family just label me as a hypochondriac because doctors would never find anything wrong.
So when there was no ms diagnosis it seemed as though everyone close to me thought..
Ok so you don't have ms stop limping and lets move on!
I plan on just keeping my "stuff" to myself for now and just answer questions if they ask. I think I may have overloaded hubby and friends with all my MS and CCSVI information. Husband has an open ear for anything I want to talk about but he is very cut n' dry if you know what I mean..
The whole "limbo" thing annoys him, he does not do well with any gray areas.
I am trying my best to live healthier. Through diet and exercise and supplements that have been recommended on this site.Thanks so much for the link! I am going to print it out. I also found a yoga show thats on in the early morning that I plan to do before work. I have heard great things about meditation as well will look into that
I am lucky that my symptoms really only hit hard when I overdue it with work or cleaning. So I will do my best to ease up on those lol
Your right, with a bit of time these ccsvi treatments should be much easier to attain. I just need to be patient, but I know that my problem is the veins and that's what I need, ya know.
As "they" say "I can feel it in my veins" (sigh) I don't even know if "they" say that.... lol or if I just made that up...my brain is crazy this week.
A couple times at work I thought the clients may have questioned my sobriety because I slurred some words and I think it was really obvious.
My brain is just dim sometimes and it's so hard to keep up.
Thank you guys for understanding and being so sweet. I am addicted to this site. I just love to read all the updates/experinces on the wonderful people who have had the stents placed and can't wait to post my own