I want to thank you, too: as one who is going through the countdown now...
Not too worried because I know my enemy: been there somewhat before with my chest stents. Another question: does anybody know if thromboses are more common in arteries versus veins and vice versa?
Good to know that. It was because of a stent placed high up?
I don't like the idea of consuming rat poison. I have seen what your face can look like. I think I'd rather be on Plavix. But I kind of play it by ear because the push to get people through the system and up and out of the hospital, here in Canada, anyway, is a cost cutting measure, in part. So I won't be anxious to try anything (I hope I don't overdo it out of excitement). Maybe that should be listed as a known problem for Liberation: people who have not had that level of energy for 20 years and go overboard going bungee jumping or something in the first week (month, year?).
I'll just try to walk upstairs and check my foot-drop, try to do the peg test and PASAT, and see if I have any stamina by trying to stand for a while. That should be a test: how long can you stand up? I used to be able to make it for an hour when I had to: back when I had not disclosed.
Anyway if you don't see me in this forum (rejoice and be merry), I will be back to push my old same story about the edss9 squad, death and other unpleasant topics (sorry) whenever I can, report progress or not, regress (waaaaahhh!) or whatever.
See you on the flip side...
"Try - Just A Little Bit Harder" - Janis Joplin
CCSVI procedure Albany Aug 2010
'MS' is over - if you want it
Patients sans/without patience