A brief update, as I popped into the hospital for a blood test this week. It was too icy to drive or even cycle so I braved the walk. Continue reading “Month 5 bloods”
Nearly five months after treatment, I have caught a winter bug. It is the sort of thing that, with an immune system on full power, I would have shrugged off. Continue reading “A winter bug”
I had my second quarterly check-up (and month 4 blood tests) at the hospital today. Continue reading “Month 4 – quarterly check-up”
Friday was my third trip to the blood clinic.
No problems, except that it was my first urine drop-off too Continue reading “Month 3 – blood & urine”
I popped into the hospital yesterday to have my second set of monthly blood tests. Continue reading “Month 2 bloods & symptom update”
In the book Overcoming Multiple Sclerosis (link), Professor George Jelinek argues powerfully in favour of lifestyle changes to help those diagnosed with multiple sclerosis.
He doesn’t suggest that MS can be cured by these changes, but he does talk about recovery – in the sense that relapses can be dramatically reduced, and disability progression can be dramatically slowed. And the evidence seems compelling. Short of a cure, there could be no better news for someone like me. And unlike a cure, too little too late for those who already have the disease – this is a message of real, right-here, right-now hope.
I’m trying not to get all religious about this – but you can understand why somebody might! Continue reading “OMS – Step 1”
Feeling very positive right now! Continue reading “Everything is going my way!”