A day of gratitude

    • Anonymous
      May 9, 2008 at 11:40 pm

      [B][COLOR=Purple][SIZE=3][FONT=Book Antiqua]I just want to let you guys know that I have finally turned a corner. For the past two and a half weeks I have been feeling exceptionally good. Aside from last Sundays little episode, I have been freed of that crushing and deabilitating fatigue. About a month ago I went from the highest dose of Methotrexate to the lowest and I really think it has made all the differance. Today I spoke to my NP from the neuros office and asked her if she thought it was the drug working or maybe just a spontaneous remission. She said it could be a remission but hopefully we have found my threshold and tolerance for the drug and that hopefully I will continue to get stronger. I told her I am definitely stronger in my arms and hands and have much more endurance but that my legs and feet are still weak. She told me that I probably won’t ever regain strength in them as I also have the Diabetic Neuropathy. That was a bit of a blow but I am o.k. with it as long as I feel this good and can function this well. I have to admit that I am nervous about relapsing but I am trying to live in the moment and just enjoy this reprieve. It just feels so good to be well and to have hope again and I don’t want to go back ever. I can’t express enough how this forum has been a matter of true life saving. A year ago was my first time ever communicating to anyone with this condition and you guys have seen me through one of the hardest years of my life. Thank you so much. I think of so many of you on a daily basis and keep going knowing there are others doing the same thing. Thank you for your time , good ear and friendship.
      Be well,

    • Anonymous
      May 10, 2008 at 11:10 am

      I am glad you’re finally feeling better:)!!