Today I had a half-year check at neuro.
Last night snow fell and in the morning the pavements weren't cleared from the snow. So I had to use my leg muscles more and then when I entered the building I had to be more careful as there is a very slippy floor in winter when you come in with cold and snowy shoes. I had two trecking poles and they slipped too inside. It was more dangerous inside than outside. But I managed it with no stress but the result was that my legs became stiffed and they remained stiffed until I came home.
At neuro I showed my dexterity of my hands when putting out and in ear ring. Doc was afraid that we would look for the ear-ring on the floor. Nothing like that happened and I did the task for the first attempt. Though my legs were extremely stiffed I could lift them up in Mingazmi without any help and put them down together. She wanted to prescibe me Baclofen so my muscles released. I refused it as I remembered I had taken it maybe 20 years ago and I couldn't take it as my muscles shivered from it. I am thinking if it means that my legs are as they were 20 years ago. The only difference is I could walk then and now I can walk only with a cane and not much.
Results - Motoractivity of hands measuredly, Stifness of legs, Demyelinization type MS chronic progression form with spasticity and tripareza.
So hands better and legs nothing new. The visit was without any stress and any arguing. The next check is in half a year. Anyway I feel like a healthy one except my walking. I can't imagine myself a year ago to go outside in the weather like today is. Only the thought of it would be much stressful for me. Also I am just before the next pulse and before I couldn't go out without ibuprufen, I wouldn't do a step. Now I didn't think of taking ibuprufen.