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Doctor appointment tomorrow

Sunday, April 18, 2021

35 minute walk
30 minute walk

Two walks but no bike. I am well and still have room for a snack.

Tomorrow is doctor day. My husband and I both need out B12 shots. I need to discuss my legs with him, but I already know what he will say. He will tell me to just keep trying. I haven't stopped trying. Its been 24 months since the coma. At 21 months my legs finally started to work consistently. Then a few days ago they started giving me trouble again. I was so excited when I got my legs back so the last few days I have been depressed about it. Yesterday I had trouble getting out of the car and then slammed my head into the door.

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    So sorry you have had problems again. HUGS to you. HOPE that the legs improve.

    22 days ago
  • MARILYN1014
    I hope you get some answers today from your Dr. re: your legs. Hugs.
    23 days ago
    Sorry you have been having trouble again. Ask him how much exercise he recommends as maybe you need more rest days. You were hitting the bike really hard for a lot of days in a row. Life is so hard as it is hard to know what is too little and what is too much and keep it between the extremes.
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    23 days ago
    Oh! I’ve also banged my head in the door before. It happens, unfortunately. Your cat scan meme is funny. I hope your legs come back. Have you tried a Revitive or a Dr. Ho machine? Maybe some electric pulsations might help. That you still do 30 minute walks is a good thing.
    23 days ago
    Ouch! I hope this is just a short, temporary setback!
    23 days ago
    Oh my! Sorry to hear that. Maybe switch doctor's if that's possible. I had to fire my last doctor she only focus on my lab numbers and it drove me crazy. Best decision ever.
    23 days ago
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