4 years since PPMS diagnosis

Just seen my Neurologist for the 8th & final time.

Once every 6 months for 4 years.

I’m to contact the MS nurses whenever I have issues from now.

Glad not to be searching for an hour, for a parking space again.

Finally I can get on with my life. I was offered medication one last time before I left the hospital & I declined.

I’ll stick to my healthy diet, exercise & hobbies. It’s been working far better than taking medications for a Progressive decline that won’t get better by taking medications, just for the hell of it.

Apple Cider Vinegar with Kelp & B6, D3, Omega 3, Krill, B12, C&E for me.

I’m tempted to order a Dominoes pizza to celebrate.

My latest purchase of a Circulation Booster was a sound choice. I’m already on level 60 for an hour at a time.

Once I purchase a replacement Van, Kayak & some extra sound equipment. I’ll be off on my travels.

Take care out there folks & look ahead.


terry terry terry! booster at 60 for an hour is concerning! please look into this! if only to shut me up! (42 for half an hour for me) e x

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Ellie, Ellie, Ellie.

As I write this reply, I’m getting zapped.

It’s a bit odd knowing I’ll never have to go to the Hospital to see a Neurologist again. It’s a case of, put you’re seat belt on & enjoy the ride. I think with PPMS we tend to know more than the paid experts, with first hand experience. There’s not much they can do when there is no cure. All I’m asked is, what research I’m doing to improve my situation & besides having everything stolen. I’m doing okay.

Now it’s time to do the things, I want to do with my life. I think that’s the confusing part. I have too many interests.

How interesting life is.

What they don’t tell you is. Improve your diet, exercise & drink plenty of water. Avoid anyone with financial problems & jealousy issues. Those folks have self inflicted dilemmas. Be out the system & progress yourself! You’ll live longer & have a better quality of life.