Good and Not So Good News

Good news first. I was chosen as the featured review blogger of the month on An Island Review. What an honor! I also learned that I won a $25 gift certificate to Walmart from One2One Network. I worked with them for the first time adding posting a widget for Seal's CD Soul. How exciting is that? Ted Murphy, the CEO of Izea, and dolphin lover, came to the rescue today for my blogger friend Lisa, who traveled from Chicago to Disney World. Unfortunately her daughter became sick and had to be hospitalized. She and her husband did not have a car and were spending lots of money on cab … [Read more...]

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Some Answers

Today I saw the Neurologist and begged for help with the way I've been feeling. I didn't need to beg because he knew that I was sick. He could tell just by looking at me and hearing me speak. My last blood test came back normal. That was my CBC. The only thing he could do now was have me slowly increase the Mestinon. After 4 weeks if I don't feel any better I am to call him. The next thing is to increase the Cellcept, not good as this is one of the immunosuppressants I take. So I'm praying that the Mestinon works. He's also going to have me get my Potassium tested every 2 months and work … [Read more...]

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Using A Scooter

About six years ago when I was first diagnosed with Myasthenia Gravis I was very weak and unable to do much walking at all. I had tried using a cane but it didn't help me enough. My husband would have to push me in wheelchair but I hated feeling so dependent on him. My neurologist prescribed a scooter for me and I was able to do so much more because of it. I could go to the mall, the grocery store and even to Disney World again. I had a friend who had multiple chronic illnesses who had a Medicare wheelchair. When she saw my scooter, she asked her doctor for a prescription for one also. The … [Read more...]

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