Started on the left seal today before I had to stop because my right hand started to go numb. The numbness in my right hand is def. the MS and with a bit of a break goes away. The numbness in my left hand doesn't act the same. It is very hard to explain. When the MS acts up I have no spatial awareness with the effected limb/digits, its like it has fallen asleep and its not connected to my body anymore. With my left hand, I have spatial awareness and it feels like I am getting stabbed by hundreds of those little plastic cocktail knives for drinks. It gets worse if I use it, which I always do because I forget and the pain is always there even with the few meds I can take. I'm not going to say its not the MS causing the problem, it very well might be. But it just doesn't feel like its the MS and I kind of feel like people (Drs/Physio) are using the MS as an excuse because I am not fitting into the little bubble of symptoms for the problem. Well, they better realize that I have ever "fit" into any of the symptoms for many things and many doctors/specialists before have been stumped as to why I have something when I probably shouldn't. Hell, the jaw specialist didn't think the problems I had would be arthritis in my jaw, pretty young to have the problems. Well, um sorry? :p At least the jaw is now sort of fixed and I can have more than soup for dinner. Side note, the dog is still fascinated with the metal in my face and it tickles when she sniffs my jaw where the fake joint is lol
And if you read all that, you deserve a cookie. Or one of the tarts John is going to make :)
Todays sketch for my 365 challenge. A Stitch key-chain John bought me.