Neuros, CCSVI, and me
It's funny though because I do feel like I'm missing out I mean don't get me wrong I like alone time as much as the next person (dare I say even more than some) ut it does feel strange to be without Aidan as he and I are always together. I miss family days on weekends and taking Aidan to the park. Maybe once it warms a bit I'll be able to go to the park even if this relapse lasts. Currently the cold weather causes muscle spasms and subsequently a lot of pain- ugh.
Tomorrow I have a appointment to see a new neurologist. I'm not sure what I might gain but I sincerely hope it's something. My GP asked me to get another professional opinion of CCSVI. I'm not sure what she might tell me but I'm kind of bracing myself since I have every intention of going for treatment no matter what her opinion on it might be. I have to take Aidan with me also so I'm not sure I'll get much out of it but we will see.
I have almost everything in place for my CCSVI treatment on March 22nd. I'm excited but also trying to keep in mind that I maybe one of the people who is not helped by the procedure. I hope to make a short video clip of myself with symptoms this week so that I can have a point of comparison for later. We will see if I can get to it before I leave on the 21st. What else can I say? I should give a bit of a run down on CCSVI but that will have to wait for a night my head is less foggy (a symptom I REALLY hope takes a hike from CCSVI).
I also see my new chiropractor again this week so maybe he will work some more miracles on me and perhaps I will once again feel better from a more holistic treatment.
lol- managed to say a fair bit for someone with nothing to say!