Hey Jan! I must have missed something here? What is going on with Emma! I will say a very special prayer for her tonight. Glad Jaydee’s surgery went well and pray his recovery goes well.
And Jamie! I remember when my son was about your sons age and he and his best friend used to fight all the time. Boy’s will be boys! As much as I hate to say they sound like boys! LOL! One minute they were buddy buddy and the next minute stabbing each other in the back.
Then after graduation they both went their separate ways and don’t even contact each other. Childhood puberty!
I’m so glad my children are grown now! I still worry about them and a mom always will worry about her children. But when me and Andy got our freedom from children living in the house and heard how quiet it was. It became a long vacation for us! LOL!They alway’s have a home to come home too, but I hope they can take care of themselves and never need to have to move back home.
Teen years are the worst too! To me they were the hardest of raising a child. They get mouthy, know it all and want to do what they want to! My son though he really was not too bad. My middle daughter though was a nightmare! 14 to 17 she put me through living you know what. And I did alot of praying for her back then. Now she is a social worker and deals with abused children and foster care.
Jan! Let me know what happened to Emma! I missed something
Hey Jan! It sure sounds like CIDP to me what you are describing. I am beginning to wonder if I had GBS many years back when they diagnosed me as having a stroke. I lost feelings in my leg and arm and throat felt funny. Was in the hospital two weeks being tested. Then they told me they could not find a stroke. Mentioned MS and since I was getting better I would need to see out patient neurologist. So I think about that incident. Now I have CIDP! And what you described sounds exactly what I go through and it’s painful!
Also the one day being able to do something and the next can’t do anything at all! Strange stuff! Really strange stuff! I’m about like you! You described it perfectly at how I do things in my home also. I get down on a floor, I have a hard time trying to get back up.
Are they still doing research on GBS and using clinical trials. I wonder is stem cell would help us out? Has anybody ever had the stem cell procedure and what the outcome was?