Scarecrow said it. I'm doing it. After a truly nasty seizure, I've lost some of the gains I made. I've had partial incomplete seizures for sixteen years. The type hasn't changed thank heavens. No loss of consciousness etc. But this one was a bear. Over 10 minutes and painful. Screaming kind of painful. Scare your husband to death painful. Immediately after there were weaknesses which we checked out with the doctor on call. Since then I've lost a bit of that momentum, even slid back some in ways only I can notice. Boogers. But then I've been slacking too.
We get up at 12 and start to work at 1! Take an hour for lunch and then, at 2, we're done!
Jolly good fun! - theOzmites
I shouldn't be sitting here in front of the computer or on the couch knitting and "taking it easy" as admonished by everyone. Don't beat myself up you'll say, right? 'kay. It took me a while to set up the physical and occupational therapy. The first week was too much input to my body for me to handle emotionally. I probably should have been pushing myself more though in the last few days rather than just wait for the formal therapy to begin.
Today I go to PT and OT and get this trip down the yellow brick road started.