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Postby Artifishual » Mon Mar 31, 2008 1:15 pm

Went to Dr. Friday. I asked to many questions to put on here, but the most important one to me was "when am I going to see results". He said it was still a bit toearly , but most of his other paitents had seen improvements within four or five months from their last treatment. I can't say that I have definetly seen any improvement ,but somedays seem to be better than others. We also explored the possibility of testostrone therapy. He is checking my levels which I think are fine but that was another of my questions. After reading about studies from UCLA about men taking low doses I had to ask. I should get the results soon. Maybe the extra boost of test will get my ass back in the gym. Does anyone know what elevated levels are dangerous and what effect higher levels will have? I'm talking way too high. Thanks and I will post results. Arti
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Postby Artifishual » Mon Mar 31, 2008 2:36 pm

I understand. It just feels great to not have any flare ups and be off of the sudamedrol. that stuff makes me crazier than a shit house rat. Pardon the language. Not only does it make it hard on me but my entire family has to suffer. I made the mistake of uttering the words to my wife "I am the one with ms here" boy was that stupid. My wife is a very smart and beautiful women and was quick to put me in my place. She is so right, when it comes to ms it is like the whole family has it because every aspect of the illness has an impact on them. Be it emotionally, financially or whatever. This is something I really need to work out. Just glad to be running at an even pace, thats all.
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