Second Pulse after a year.

I just finished the pulsing week. I feel amazingly tired and as for to say... it seems the Metro stills makes me tearful and sad.

I guess it does not help working as a beast in a diving center, in hight season, and after a year on the couch. Anyway... once again, the worst has passed, and three more weeks free of antibiotics. :D

I was wondering if scuba diving would be beneficial in my case, as we breath more O2 and N2 for preassure reasons... Could it be a low scale hyperbaric chamber alternative? The mixure inside the tanks does not vary from the air on the surface, though the pressure compresses the air, which makes us breath multiplied quantities of it when we are underwater...

Anyhow, my muscles started showing up, and I feel better and better. (the pulsing week is always a bit of a struggle). And I am so happy the website started working again. :)

Gisel.la, if you are one that metro makes tearful, it will always make you tearful, I'm afraid. That is the main reason I changed to tinidazole, which although I can't say makes me happy and laughing, it is nowhere near as bad as metro!

Being someone much affected by hot and humid weather, I had thought that you might do well when you got back to work, since you would be largely under water, away from the sun beating down all the time: it had never occurred to me about the mini-hyperbaric effect!

When our summer turned into the hottest summer since 1995, I was a bit worried about how you would manage. Funnily enough though, this year for the first time in years, I coped with the weather much better, and when I saw the photo of you and your young fish, I know I needn't have worried!
Completed Stratton/Wheldon regime for aggressive secondary progressive MS in June 2007, after four years, three of which intermittent.   Still improving bit by bit and no relapses since finishing treatment.

Did you say three more weeks free of antibiotics? Why would that be happening?

The difference between what we do and what we are capable of doing would suffice to solve most of the world’s problems. Mohandas Gandhi