But seriously, in my mind it is important to take advantage of the early healing phase because for a little bit at least the BBB should still be open though it should be revising and changing toward a closed repaired area. if you get a lot of blood flow through there at that time then it should reduce the inflammation a little better than it will later when it is closed all the way, at least it seems so in my logic which may be all wrong.
I hate to think of "locking" anything behind the BBB...but that is my fevered thought running ahead of any science at all totally speculative thought!
mrhodes40 wrote:As for improvements: I have reduced spasms overall very little restless legs at night and almost no stiffness when I get up from a chair for example. Some, but not for like 5 seconds like it used to be. now it seems to be brief almost unnoticeable to others, a flash of stiffness. I do not understand this. But it seems like this is real.
Somebody coming after me time your spasms and see if at 6 weeks you have less. I wish I'd have thought to time this before but I did not expect this. Going to bed is more comfortable too because I have so little restless legs. Some but not much at all maybe 4 or 5 "adjustments" as I settle down, not 1 a minute going on for an hour or more. I have not stopped taking my requip (restless leg medicine) I will try it soon and see what happens. I want to make sure we win the belly thing totally before doing that.... so pain free or no try.
As for walking nothing to report there. NO apparent change so far. I did write checks the other day and my handwriting was better than usual, my signature was flowing as it used to and not the childlike scratch it has been lately. My husband continues to say I look fresh and rested and good.
well that is my 6 week report. some good, some I don't know stuff in there I guess! healing of the surgery area is apparent. yeah!
actually home because I didn't feel I could make the twisty walk to watch my daughter's swim meet
CureOrBust wrote:do not be concerned about the "blab-o-reah", we all wait patiently for anything from the "stent-o-teers"
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