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Thursday, March 1, 2012
Breaking silence to let you know I finally saw my neurologist at 3pm today…drove through the storm.
... she walked in and said “you look terrible” started exam and two minutes in said “I want to get you in for a steroid infusion here at the hospital out patient center now…we’ll schedule an mri, I need to see if there is anything new, but first let’s try to get this calmed down.”
So…tomorrow a visiting nurse will give me the next dose at home…not sure how many days, but I found a great vein for the nurse today and hope the catheter will hold out for at least two more days…might need a new one if we go for five.
I am disappointed, and yet it has been six months since my last exacerbation, three of them in remission…the longest remission in the past four years! That said I am grateful for three excellent months of increased mobility and energy. I am hopeful that I may return to the quality of life I was enjoying up until a few days ago again.
Thanks everyone for the emails and loving blog comments.
The photo above is from the last storm... haven't uploaded images from today yet. A deeper snow this time, more than a foot in the back yard when Gord took the dog out when we got home at 7pm.