Thanks Tim! Her name was Mary Beth. She lived in PA when I lived there and we were two doors down from each other in the same neighborhood. Both of us had Lupus and never spoke to each other when we saw each other outside. One day my neighbor was talking to me and I told him I was sick with Lupus. So he introduced me to her! Ohh was Mary Beth a trip! She had a bubbly personality that would get you laughing away. We talked everyday on the phone when we were sick and would visit quite often.
She had CNS Vasculitis. And it never really went away. Her husband came home from work one day and she had been sick for a few days but told everybody she would be okay. He came home and found her in a coma. They rushed her to the hospital where she died a few hours later. I miss her alot but she suffered with her Lupus. She really suffered. I thought I was bad until I met her and then I realized that when you think you are bad, there is someone else far more worse. A lesson I learned.
If that Neurontin works then I would have him increase the dosage until you feel no pain! Hugs