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Half-Life, What Is It? — 12 Comments

  1. Thanks, Jan. I'm optimistic about this combination for me. Did my attempt to explain how half-life works with meds make any sense at all??


  2. Suffering? No, way too strong a word. Miserable, maybe, but I'm better than I have been for some time now.

    When people ask me how I'm doing I usually just say OK. This blog is about the only place I "let it all hang out", other than my wonderful hubby.

    It's my outlet, plus I know how much I needed to read the truth from people going through the same thing I was, particularly when I was first diagnosed with Parkinson's and later with EM.

    So this blog helps me, and maybe it has helped someone else, too.

  3. I'm glad that this is working for you. You do sound better in your writing. Though If I hadn't known you were suffering so much I would never have guessed.

  4. I'm glad this med is working for you. Your positive attitude will help lift your mood, and, if sometimes you feel down, there will always be someone here to listen.

  5. It is incredible what we can endure and overcome with a joyful spirit. Thank you for "letting it all hangout." It's part of your testimony and that is our weapon. Knowing that we aren't alone in our trials can be a beautiful inspiration.

    Thanks for being brave enough to share your story.

  6. Thanks for stopping by, Emily. I have tried over the years to portray an accurate picture of what's been happening to me, both physically, mentally, and spiritually in the hopes that it would help someone else. It's also good for me to think through what's going on with me.

    I value your comment, as I love your Exploring the Pagus blog that I follow on ExposeYourBlog.

  7. Thanks, Sherri, for stopping by. Your blog is fantastic for anyone diagnosed with PD. I'm going to add the link to the Constipation video to my sidebar. Very helpful!

  8. Have you tried Cranial Manipulation by a board certified Neuromusculoskeletal Medicine Specialist. They are as rare as your disease so you would have to travel. Go to the Cranial Academy Website, and use the find a physician locator and put in your zip code. Alternately check the AAO website for a physician as some Drs are not in the cranial academy directory that do Cranial Manipulation (even more rare)
    Good Luck!

  9. I had never heard of Cranial Manipulation. I read a little about Osteopathy and looked at the website. It sounds a little too Alternative Medicine for me to try it, but thanks for the information. Who knows, I might find it beneficial if I gave it a try.

    Are you a practitioner or a patient????

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