Hang in their!

August 9, 2008 at 9:31 pm

I think it sounds like you are doing to much. I just don’t believe there is anyway I could return to work at this time in my gbs recovery. I am probably the worst to tell you that you are over doing. Because that is my biggest problem & then I am fatigued and start falling & very weak.

So you still use crutches/quad cane to walk & have returned to work. If you don’t mind me asking what do you do? Because just standing for long periods of time wipes me out! Not to mention walking any distance at all.

Yes depression can make you felel fatigued all the time, but it soun ds to me like you have that under control. Do you have much pain with your numbness?

Let me knowe how things are going.
Stay strong and Hang in there!!!!:)


hang in their

December 8, 2006 at 12:22 pm

my story–survivor48


I was 48 when I got out of hospital and completely dependent on my mother ,,, she did everything for me for several months! just do what you need to do to get better! GBS= GETTING BETTER SLOWLY! EVERYONE’S TIMETABLE IS DIFFERENT ,,IM NOT 52 AND LIVING ON MY OWN AND helping others through respite! just keep going day by day,,one day @ A TIME!,,AND DO WHAT OTHERS HAVE SAID !,,,IF YOU NEED FURTHER help or assistance I VERY WILLING TO DO ANY THING I CAN FOR YOU! …… [email]brett_fan_4ever@msn.com[/email] best of luck and hang in their!

scott j sieleman
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