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when it comes to my balance, before Panama, when sitting i would sway. i absolutely needed bars to keep me from tipping to one side or another. i couldn't trust myself not to fall over/off the chair. my balance was horrible.
after going to Panama, i was able to sit without falling off. i didn't and still don't have the fear of falling off without an arm rest or some sort of bars to balance my self.
another thing that i've noticed is a huge improvement with fatigue. before i was exhausted all of the time, i never could get enough sleep, even with 14+ hrs of sleep.
after the second visit to panama, i improved to where i'm not exhausted at all. i'm very happy with that, oh, and that was 1vear ago.
my hands are still numb, hence the one finger typing....briefly, my right hand started to type like before, my fingers were going toward the keys like normal... that was a nice surprise
I have looked into it. The chemo route seems to have better results in stopping the MS from progressing. I have a date booked and plan to have it done. Some are now having this done and then are going to get stem cells from Panama to improve their symptoms.
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