stampingamy Posted October 28, 2007 Report Share Posted October 28, 2007 Hi all,I am going to my neurologist tomorrow for a follow up appointment. I was talking to my husband about how I've been doing. Overall I am doing better with treatment - pedialyte, florinef, not overdoing it. I still have bad days with dizziness, headaches, word finding, clumsiness, etc... but overall I am better. Here is what is bothering me. I can't find a reason that some days are bad. I feel like a bad day should correspond with bad blood pressure readings. But it doesn't. Does anyone know what goes on with our autonomic nervous system that makes a bad day bad and a good day good? I really feel like I should be able to find a pattern and therefore be able to figure out how to hopefully avoid bad days. Is there any rhyme or reason to any of this????Amy Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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