"Here she goes again!" You must be saying, but please could some people occasionally pop into Thisisms. I am about to post there that they can find the correct address for this site at the bottom of one of my webpages, but if they come here and likewhat they see, they will have a lotof trouble to try to join. Thank-you all!.....................Sarah
No longer working as a medical doctor, but showing that he has been far from idle. This year he has at least four short stories being published: two different editions of the British journal, Confingo, the first in April, the second in October, one story as a chapbook published by the Nightjar Press and one story available now from The Woven Tale Press, an American journal:http://online.flipbuilder.com/eovs/vlpw/This can be seen online at page 59, but the whole magazine may be bought: containing stories, poems and art work, it is full of interesting things!
I think I am one of the rare people who although now well into my fifties and having had my first multiple sclerosis symptoms when about 24 or before, I have never needed to wear glasses or contact lenses. Over the last few years though, I was finding it more difficult to read very small print, especially at night, so glasses couldn't have been far off.
Yes, Astrodiana had a stroke back in December and nobody seems to have noticed because of where she put her post:http://www.cpnhelp.org/astrodianas_story_cure_fr#comment-86217She now seems to be making a good recovery but I am sure she could do with a few good wishes!................Sarah
Here is the latest biennial edition of Sidcot Friends, a magazine for past scholars at David's former boarding school. On pages 12-13 you will find the article he wrote mainly about searching for a cure for my disease. As a bonus there are two photographs of each of us: I took David's, both in my room but the first one they have put back to front. Mine, I have just realised, are getting on for thirty years apart. https://sidcotians.files.wordpress.com/2015/10/sidcot-friends-magazine-autumn-2015.pdf
I started this treatment in August 2003, along with my husband, Dr David Wheldon: the same treatment but for different reasons: I had secondary progressive MS but his problems were mainly cardio but also arthritic. As you can see from out Patient Stories, we both made vast improvements. I finished the treatment in late 2007 and have since then not had a single attack of MS returning: in fact in the following years I have even had a few new improvements, the most recent being the com
Even when I was taking antibiotics I never 'detoxed' and never really felt the need. I don't sweat very much and I can't really stand spending too long in an infra red sauna. I felt weighed down with charcoal so just took chlorella, which I know doesn't suit some people but I actually liked it. I do scrub myself from time to time with a dry brush, but not in any particular direction but that is about it.