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Wednesday, May 25, 2011

Multiple Sclerosis, Back Pain, Depression, and IV Steroids

Can you say exacerbation? I can, but I needed spell check to make sure it was spelled right. I am in full bloom with one right not, waiting to hear from the nurse tomorrow with a time to put another IV in. A lot going on, a rhizotomy scheduled for tomorrow, feeling bad, physically and emotionally, fatter than a sumo wrestler, I tell ya, a lot! Add to it subtropical weather and I'm finished. Find out tomorrow if the doc will do the rhizotomy whilst in an episode, hope so, been hoping to have this done for a good while.


Nicole said...

Yeah unfortunately I can say it! Didn't know what a Rhiztomy was. Thanks for the link. Hope you feel better soon!

awb said...

Nicole - I was able to have it, feel great, the other side in 2 weeks, can't wait! IV going well, one more day. Thanks for stopping by,


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