At 50 years old I have some one new in my life and he is way more than I could hope for and everyone loves him.
He understands that I have MS and all the monsterous things that happen to. I went to visit him this summer and it was the vacation I needed. Got all the breaks I needed and wordshe hooked me in were not the words I needed to hear but heept asking me up until I boarded the plane I didn't want to get on to leave. "Are you coming back for good next time.". When I told him I didn't want to leave, he gave me a brand new shiny... KEY! You would have thought it was a 5 carat dimond ring. I keep it right by my heart. Right over it literally. LOL! HA!
So now my other thoughts are how will I get my narchotic meds?? I'm not addicted but if you have horrible nagging, disease fatigue. You know what I mean. After the medicine I had been taking started making me violently nauseous, I had to find something new and to do that, my doctor at the time started testing every stimulant she could think of. They all made me sick to my stomach and one made me so sick, I could not eat the entire gay. The last medication was Adderall. My doctor gave me 3 pills and instructed me to start with one pill and take no more than 2. It felt great. I felt alive and I felt so great, I cleaned my whole house all by myself! I was proud of me. Fast forward to now. Realize that since I first started the Adderall, I had never asked that the dosage be in creased until now. I asked my new Neuro and he only increased it from 35 mg. to 40. Note I still fall asleep watching the news or a talk show and it's maddening. My neuro also told me not to ask that it be increased any more because he didn't believe it would do any good. EXCUSE ME? This I don't like because what he might see in others does not hold true for me. Besides if I'm dragging and I cannot think correctly. In rare occasions, I even forget to take it, that's when I only notice that I did because I'm nodding off while I sit outside listening to music or watch a video. I want to know when I seek a new doctor, should he/she try to eliminate some of my meds based on what he/she thinks is best? I would rather take an injection that be infused because of my own belief that I don't like medicines that are new on the market. Never have. That's just me. But I would just like to transition as seamlessly as possible and I'm open to helpful suggestions. Thank you all for reading my post and I hope I'm doing it right.😊