I keep thinking that I should really send him one of my prints, done since recovery, signed and with a neat, handwritten note. I've been thinking abut this for over a year, but can't quite bring myself to do so. That is really silly, isn't it, because, who knows, it might make him sit up and take notice. What do you think?
During this lull, while Kim and I search for a doctor, I've been trying to catch up on the threads of others who have gone before us. Did you send the neuro a print? I'm not sure what I would do because I'm more distant from the situation, but I'd base my actions on what I truly believed the outcome would be.
The following is a little conversation from CPN HELP, posted here because I think it is important not to use walking aids which effectively are anything but. Everyone who uses the antibiotics forum, especially, is trying to get away from the disease. You don't want to manage one thing but end up worse in another way.
I thought it was cool to read about your Leki Treking poles. I bought Kim a pair of them this summer when we were at the Grand Canyon (yup, we picked the exact wrong time to go). Your comment above was not clear to me and wanted to verify if there was something about treking that was not good.
I really like Isola dei Pioooi, what was the inspiration?
Did you find Tinidazole to be better than Metronidazole? Are there other substitutes for the three antibiotics? Just wondering. Thank you for keeping this thread up, I really appreciate having the chance to read it.