15 Jul 2018

Neuronal Bypasses and MS


One of these weird things I didn't stop thinking about:

I cannot avoid feeling myself mirrored with people with MS. I find us direct, without a lot of patience, easily irritable, stressed... and extremely intelligent. (I feel cocky writing this...)

It seems all of us got the nervous system damaged, so no doubt we do not have time for stories... therefore... our brain has infected parts eaten.


I couldn’t agree more! A couple of years after DX, we moved to a bungelow, my husband was freaked out by my new, accidental, way of sliding down the stairs! I don’t have much of a bum, but it feels little pain, so didn’t bother me! But a guest came to see our new home, with a dreadful cold, which I got and t I lost even more sight. in bouts of fatigue, i used to lie on my bed concentrating on growing bypasses in my brain, and, it worked! My optoptrist had only seen such improve ment once before! Then they gave me a guide dog and he’s such a wonderful gift! So i stopped.


MS symptoms from 2001, DX RRMS in 2008, following, a change of hospital who sent me for an MRI, precipitated by some sight loss. Took Interferons, on and off. Prescribed  chemo infusions to slow pro

Gisel.la, I think everybody on this site has Kitsugi brains: I think that mine is producing artwork better than it managed before!

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.

Great to hear Jane... I am so happy that from all the people of the world, the ones I relate to are 'emesers' - MS'rs. Finally, some good stuff to debate on. ;)

Sarah... I love the term 'Kinsugi Brains'. I will use it somewhere, somehow, one day. :)


Started the Protocol: 01/06/2017

MS Diagnosed: 21.IX.2016