... thanks to Cheryl who linked me here!
I got my second jab(s) last Wednesday. And I swear, people, if I'm getting the placebo, it's the Mother of All Placebos, no doubt about it!
After my first ones on May 2nd, my vertigo was markedly subsiding within 48 hours. Now it still isn't gone completely... but I can stand watching people rock in rocking chairs, watch the trains go by and enjoy the occasional glance of the ceiling fan blades without feeling like I'm jammed up a tree on a 45 degree angle!
The fatigue is rapidly, rapidly diminishing, too. In fact, I can happily tell the difference between "sleepy" and "tired" again and no longer feel like taking another step this far <--> will trigger a whole body implosion with my teeth falling straight out of my head.
And after the shots last Wednesday, my 4 years (and counting) tingles are fading away, too. I still have a little on the right side of my mouth, the palm of my right hand and that big old fat pad on my right knee. But all the baddies on my left side are gone completely. GOOD RIDDANCE to 'em, I say!
Now I could almost agree with a suggestion that I've talked myself into getting better BUT...
... the clinical title of that terrifying/aggravating eye jump... yeah, that. Well, I had my last one a few hours after my first injections and NONE since.
I can't tell you HOW great it is to sit down at my piano and inflict a little tune and family and f(r)iends without losing my place so totally with that eye jump. And since that sucker's involuntary, I'm convinced I'm getting the real juice. It just has
to be so!
Thanks again, Cheryl, for linking me here. I have SO much to catch up with!
You all (and some of your screen names I recognize from that other board...
) are turning out to be the greatest gang! Bless y'all for being here!
And for the record, I'll do everything I can to light a fire under my neuro and the Tovaxin Team to get the parameters expanded and defined for Phase III so we can ALL have a big Tovaxin Party.
As Tiny Tim said, "God Bless Us One and All!"
(Again, it's GREAT to be here!)