Ugh. So I started to clean my house today, throwing stuff out, organizing... I knew I felt fatigued after I was done the work, so I decided to stay cool and just relax for the rest of the day. I noticed the burning mouth thing was worse, that the pain in my neck was worse, etc.
Come tonight when I can honestly say, it feels like I'm relapsing. I spoke to my realtor by phone about the home inspector situation (they were to come tomorrow) and he didn't know when they were coming. So I went from a situation where I had expected the home inspector Tuesday, they couldn't come Tuesday, now they're unsure when they're coming, I'm in limbo because I made an appointment with the super for the apartment to meet Wednesday at 6 pm expecting this home inspection thing to be done, now it's not going to be ready. They want in this house on the 26th of May. I accommodated the request, now I'm working on an extremely tight schedule, especially with this new development.
I can't help the stress now, and tonight walking down the road, I could see the double vision coming on, the burning mouth getting worse, and I feel shaky and can't calm it down. So is this indeed a relapse? I just had 6 days of steroids at the end of Feb/beginning of March and then the tapering off period. Is it unlikely that at the beginning of May I'd already be in relapse? I never did begin my Copaxone yet, because I have been waiting to hear about the financial assistance (finally got the approval), and with the house crap haven't been able to have the nurse in to show me the ropes.
Oh, and I can feel the hug coming back tonight...
Halp! Where do I go from here? My GP or Neuro? I feel like nothing was explained to me as far as what to do in the case of a relapse, or what to expect in a relapse.