I haven't ever believed MS is incurable, nor do I believe it's a stand-alone, simply definable disease, but what do I know? My neurologist had a, surprising, change of heart and , although British law says he could be struck-off if he prescribed so many ABX, he intends to monitor my progress.
i'm only on day seven of Doxy and , today I'm tired, although I don't blame MS or ABX For that. i've spent all se years trying to convince others that i'm still a living being, prey to human frailties and strengths and don't intend to perpetuate the myth that everything is the fault of MS, but yesterday my husband and I walked my gorgeous dog, which we do, nearly, every day, and I strode out like I haven't been able to do for years, which could be an immediate response to ABX or could be a psychosomatic to hope! Foot-drop happebed, but more slowly than usual I won't count my chickens, I'm also very superstitious and won't tempt fate. If improvemen becomes apparent, I promise to donate to this wonderful site and spread the Wheldon word. As, I'm sure, my neurologist will also, after all, he's a dog-lover too!