Glad to see you back. I tend to go through spurts with the computer. This is the first and only site that I have found in 5 years on MS that is VERY informative and doesn't leave me feeling left out (because of limboland) or lost. It is nice (sad to say!) to have someone close to me that is going through something similar to me. I look forward to chatting with you.
I live in Lompoc and have been in limboland for 5 years now. Who is your neuro?
Just a quick note to say hi! Always good to see you. I had missed some of your recent posts. Quix
Just wanted to say hi again! :-) Hope you're doing okay!!
I read your latest forum posting and am THRILLED you found a great neuro! Not that I'm gender biased, but...I think female doctors really HAVE the compassion ya know...at least the ones I've met. So glad you are making progress here, and PLEASE keep me posted!!
Yes, thank you so much. It was a relief, and i have been feeling much better. I've been able to go to work and enjoy summer some. I go back to nursing school on August 31, so I am trying to soak this all in and hope that I feel this good when I start school again. That is my BIGGEST prayer!!! I see the neuro. again on the 28th, so we'll see...
Tomorrow is actually my appt. I think I confused people on my other posts. But I will certainly let all of you know what happens. I really hope this neuro. is knowledgeable and compassionate and realizes that something is certainly going on. Thanks for the note! :-)
Was wondering if you ever had the MRI of your cervical spine yet? I have not, and will have a new neurologist soon, but was curious about your journey. I was re-reading the comment you left me on my MRI report.
Thanks for your comment on my journal MRI. It's amazing that we share so much in common with our journey here. I feel the exact same feelings as you do, like exactly the same. I read it as if I was reading my own words. I really wanted to have a spinal MRI done, but the neuro I was seeing didn't think it was necessary. I guess with me is that I don't understand...I have an abnormal MRI, both MRI's actually, AND the symptoms to go along with them!! I'd say something is definitely not 'right' here...it seems as if neuros are scared to make the diagnosis. Do keep in touch, because we really need the support of one another!