I'm excited for you too Egggirl! I hope the trial shows good results for you, I'll be interested in knowing as well. There's certainly lots of different opinions on this board, especially regarding a controversial treatment such as this, but it will all serve to make you better informed.
As far as my own progress, there's been no change since my last update, which is good news, of course
It's been about 6 months since my last minor attack now, and I can definetly say that I've thrown some stressful triggers onto the pile with all the traveling and working, so at least for now, it's withstanding the stress tests. 6 months is also on the longer end of the remission periods i've experienced, so that's giving me reason to be optomistic as well. It's good to have days where the letters "MS" don't even need to enter my mind.
I've also been picking up carpentry work again. Even during previous periods of remission, this particular stress factor seemed daunting to me, with the loss of coodination and strength, as well as the fear of triggering another attack. I was a little shakey to start with, but I think it was more a matter of not doing this type of work for so long. Now I feel pretty confident doing the moderatly heavy work.
Every time I think about the course of my disease since taking my dose, I grow more and more confident that they truely are an effective option.