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The day before yesterday I walked home, an easy peesy walk, wearing my ruck sack, which had very little weight, but some. As I reached the end of my street the weight threw my balance off, so I couldn't help but stumble backwards into the road and fall. Thankfully our quiet road was empty so, having righted myself, I continued on my way, staying close to the wall and now I take hubby out with me. I've always been very, very strong and capable and walked fast, but can't now,so this scared me, and convinced the neighbours that I'm a boozer! I began pulse 2 today with a little trepidation but realised my vibrating ear drum has been quiet for a few weeks, so I'm feeling it willall be worth it, just take David's advice, to be careful of falls, seriously!

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Your vibrating eardrum has

Your vibrating eardrum has been quiet for a few weeks?  Sounds like a solid improvement to me!........................Sarah

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.

Ear drum

Yes, Sarah, I agree. Not painful but bloody annoying! Also, withPaul, I took Caesar for a decent dog walk and, despite feeling the Metroi taking hold, my weak leg was, strong, until the last 50 metres!!

MSi symptoms  begin 2001, DXi RRMSi<2008.  take interferons, on and off, until 2012  2010 9-12 monthly chemotherapy pulses to slow MS progression.  CCSVI March 2011. Wheldon protocol since April