ok, so done 44 now still in progress!

Submitted by froggy 1965 on Wed, 2016-02-17 09:56

Hi seems like this is going to go on forever , however I will just have to keep on it for yet longer.  I saw neuro in UK and naturallu he could offer me nothing and told me that another visit to chemo would best case give me temporary relief . worst case kill me. He reckoned abx is ok and doesn't know if its working or not but as on as I am stable and there is no quicker altermative then I will continue.  Anyway hope u r all ok. love S

Froggy so, the neuro can offer you nothing better than chemo which might give you a temporary boost or otherwise kill you.  He thinks taking antibiotics is OK and he sees that you are stable: why can't he put two and two together?..........................Sarah

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.

From the age of about 6, I grew up in a rather working class Cockney area of London. Our local shopping street was the Lambeth Walk. It was a given that you never grassed on anyone (for those that don’t know what that means in cockney, look it up; I ain’t the cockney translator).

Against ingrained tradition, Froggy, I am gonna have to grass you up.

Many people on these pages have claimed that diet is essentially irrelevant to curing these illnesses. Our illustrious editor deliberately did not change her diet; being now quite well, she feels that this proves that point.

For my part, my MS is up & down like a yo-yo. It does not so much change from day to day but from hour to hour sometimes. I am often drawn to the conclusion that “It must be something that I’ve eaten.” I have tried all sorts of stuff. I currently remain gluten-free. For many months I went without my beloved chocolate.

Now Froggy, it was only a few weeks ago that you landed at Manchester Airport from Kiev. It is my understanding that Her Majesty’s Border Force was totally flummoxed by a disabled traveller carting in a large travel trunk that was completely empty. It seems that they let you in anywayz.

We MSers have many and varied symptoms and difficulties. Many of us have continence issues to varying degrees. All sorts of ingenious solutions crop up from time-to-time. Not eating and drinking is a certainly novel concept on your part.

They say that flying is now extremely safe. I hear that on your return journey, your plane had to abort take-off; return and take on more fuel. This was all due the copious amounts of Cadbury’s Fruit & Nut + Cadbury’s Dairy milk chocolate that you had carted on board.

Yes, you had lost 2 stone since your last visit to England. If you were a fat bird, then that’d be a good thing. Sadly, there are no Blue Peter Badges given out by this organisation to skinny bintz that lose two stone.

I think that you are only two or three pulses behind Jen. No matter how many pulses you do, you cannot get well on Cadbury’s Dairy milk chocolate alone. Now some bigshot out there may correct me on this but I reckon that at first when you don’t eat, your colour goes and you begin to fade. After a while, you fade even more … and then you fade to grey. Froggy: eat or you’ll fade away:


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DZiJQL9OLqIl

or

https://youtu.be/UMPC8QJF6sI

 

G.

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