All over the shop!

Finally got around to making a signature for my posts. I really am the most undisciplined person. I couldn't remember when exactly I started CAPi so I'm making a guesstimate. I'm the kind of person who can't make lists, use diaries, or put anything in straight lines. Order stresses me out! LOL.

I'm off the minoi and going onto doxyi. Whilst waiting for my scripts for doxy to arrive I am doing a tinii pulse (I'm still taking roxyi). I don't know if this is a good idea or not, but so far it's been pretty cruisey. I guess this is because I'm only taking roxi with it. Is this a waste of time? I don't know. I have been pretty sloppy with supplementsi too. B6, fish oil, evening primrose oil, Vit C, Milk Thistle. NACi sends me off the deep end, and Vit D seems to as well!

I'm feeling really good, but I guess when I start the doxy I will feel awful.

Oh, another thing, I seem to have developed a hyper-powerful sense of smell! Have I developed a superpower? Am I turning into one of the X-Men? Is this supersense draining my IQ quotient? I'm sure my son believes so ;)

It occurs to me that not many people put photos up on here. As I like photography I'll put a few photos up of things in my everyday life. I'll try attaching one (snorkelling with my son) to this post.

We are a very diverse group of people from all over the place! Any interesting photos guys? I would love to see snow photos!

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Sugarglider,

  Do any parts of Australia ever get cold enough for snow?  If I knew how to attach photos, I would send you snowbelt pictures from our winters in northeast Ohio: Nothing as gorgeous as Sarah's tho, including her thoughtful caption.  I agree with you about interesting pictures from the interesting people who are here. Soaking wet, in snorkling gear, your"Kid" looks handsome. That expanse of water is beautiful!      smile     Betsy

Hi Betsy,Yes, we get snow in

Hi Betsy,

Yes, we get snow in Australia. In the southern alpine region. "Alpine" is a bit of a stretch, as by world standards they are little more than hills! I don't get down there very often, there is a thriving ski-culture in the winter, but as you can imagine I'm not great on skis! LOL.

It's not quite the same as seeing snow in the city and European forests.

My son Harry is gorgeous, i'm a little biased of course! He is 16 years old and 6 foot 7. I have been in a quandary as to whether I should put him on antibioticsi too as he has chronic sinus infectionsi. The doctor keeps prescribing him short courses of Cefuroxime which does the trick temporarily, but it always comes back :(

See if you can put a picture up, I would love to see how/where others live.

RRMSi diagnosed 1996. Many years of weird symptoms before this. Started CAPi around 6/11? Minoi 200mg daily, Roxyi 300mg daily, Tinii pulses started 11/11 (very tentatively!) Major problems with headaches 01/12, substitued mino with doxyi.&l

Will this keep you going?

Will this keep you going?  Trudging through the snow on the path to victory.

 

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If you feel cruisey keep going with this pulse.  As for being undisciplined, I started a diary of my treatment and kept it up for a few weeks then got so annoyed with it that I chucked it away.  I hate keeping records.  I got my tax bill done this year with only three hours to go.

There used to be many more pictures in the Image section but a lot got lost when the site was remodelled.

I do like the picture of your son scuba diving: you must have been in the water yourself when you took the picture.  I love the play of the water when viewed full-size.................Sarah

 

A Journey through Light and Shadow

Completed Stratton/Wheldon regime for aggressive secondary progressive MSi in June 2007, after four years, three of which intermittent.   Still improving bit by bit and no relapses since finishing treatment.

Hi Sarah,My reply to this

Hi Sarah,

My reply to this seems to have disappeared into the ether.

I love this photo. I dream of travelling around Europe. I haven't been there since 1988. I have a passion for European history.

How did you embed this image into the post? Mine seems to just appear as an attachment.

Yes, I was in the water snorkelling with my son, I have an underwater camera. One thing there is an abundance of here is nice beaches! I'm getting a bit bored with them now. Maybe this is a good thing as when I start doxyi I won't be able to go in the sun much anyway :(

I have kept going with the tinii as it doesn't seem to be affecting me much. Probably because I'm only taking roxyi with it. I'm not sure if this is a good idea but it seems better than just taking roxy unitil my scripts for doxy arrive.

RRMSi diagnosed 1996. Many years of weird symptoms before this. Started CAPi around 6/11? Minoi 200mg daily, Roxyi 300mg daily, Tinii pulses started 11/11 (very tentatively!) Major problems with headaches 01/12, substitued mino with doxyi.&l

All our snow has gone today,

All our snow has gone today, apart from a few patches in the back garden, likewise vanished into the ether!

The best way of embedding pictures on the site is to have them saved on another site, then using the little tree about alf way along in editing mode, put in the correct address. That will embed your picture like a BBC journalist in a war zone.  You will need to size the image down to about 700dpi wide.  I use my site but there are a few places available where you can store your own pictures  One is Flikr another is Photobucket. 

It might be a good idea for your strapping young son to start treatment for his sinus problemsi, but in my experience at his age he might not be bothered to do it properly.  You can’t force a  sixteen year old to do what they don’t want to.  He has to want to do it himself, so it might be better to wait, start at the end of one summer and maybe by the next year he will be able to be on intermittent treatment by the next summer, because all tetracylines can make you to some extent sun sensitive.  Some people are more sensitive than others: it never really bothered me except that too much heat makes me prone to fall over................Sarah

A Journey through Light and Shadow

 

Completed Stratton/Wheldon regime for aggressive secondary progressive MSi in June 2007, after four years, three of which intermittent.   Still improving bit by bit and no relapses since finishing treatment.