A curated post derived from an earlier foot drop article entitle Equinovarus Spascticity. Where I looked, very briefly, at what my experience of foot drop or drop foot meant. Foot Drop is a Symptom First of all, foot drop is
Hope springs eternal is a phrase that could well be ascribed to the spoonies amongst us. I count myself as one of this collection and I strive to convey the positive vibes.
The power of positive thought is an incredible tool if you know hoe to use it. We all have it and we have all experienced it. We may not know what we can do. But if you believe, strongly enough, in your own capabilities, you can achieve miracles.
Recalling vague memories from my childhood leads me to suspect that there were many early symptoms of multiple sclerosis that I didn’t know to look for.
Am I making these memories fit with a disease I now have or were they really signs of what was to come.
Is dementia an inevitable outcome of ageing and what is the connection with multiple sclerosis.
Are these the logical thoughts of a lucid person or the ramblings of an MS addled mind?
Today is the 25th Sept 2017, and I have once gain been to visit my GP. I was attending the doctor to assess my progress with Gabapentin and Tamsulosin. She has decided that Tamsulosin is the most likely culprit for
My wife and I love to holiday in Spain where we can relax and take in the local culture. It may seem that Benidorm is an unlikely destination to absorb the best of Spanish culture. I was not the guilty
Prescribed Gabapentin as a way of weaning me off Temazapam. The should have the added benefit of reducing leg throbbing and muscle spasms.
Myoclonic jerks, sometime referred to as restless legs are the bane of my life and make sleeping very difficult. Gabapentin is thought to reduce this.
A low blood pressure can have unexpected and potentially dangerous consequences. It takes little be be better informed than checking this at home for your own peace of mind.
Get a home blood pressure monitor to keep a check on your own well being. They are simple to use and inexpensive to buy.
I recently read a post or a Tweet somewhere calling the Wahls Protocol a sham. I was horrified and compelled to immediately write an article in support of Dr Wahls findings.
I have not included a featured image for this post, as I am gradually beginning to realise that these images add nothing to the post.
At the end of one of the warmest days in May, I began thinking about why heat is so extremely debilitating for those of us with Multiple Sclerosis. Heat intolerance can be a real drawback for anybody with an autoimmune disease.