The Update to Beat All Updates

19 Mar

On Thursday afternoon I laid down for my first MRI since returning from Russia. I have to be perfectly honest here and admit that my confidence wavered heavily and I worried that this MRI would reveal that the disease was still very much active. Even as my body has shown improvements, I still couldn’t shake the worry that I was having a nice placebo experience.
My fears were not calmed when the doctor’s nurse called me on Monday morning and said that I needed to come in. He had said he would call me with the results, why do I have to come in? You only get called in for bad news.
Sometimes though, your neurologist forgets that he said he would call and he has you come in so he can look at your results with you. And then, after exclaiming that the scan is remarkably clear, your neurologist might dig through your old files to make sure that you did used to have enhancing lesions. And then, he might even scratch his head and ask you to remind him what MS drugs you take. You might pretty much blow his mind when you remind him that you went to Moscow, Russia for a bone marrow transplant. Suddenly, he might become keenly interested to see all your reports and scans from Russia. This is how my Monday morning doctor’s visit went.
Officially, I have zero enhancing lesions. Zero. I have never had zero, even when taking all the prescribed MS treatments. This is a straight up miracle.
I begin physical therapy tomorrow. I feel pretty much over the chemo, though still a little foggy and nap prone. I am eager to see how much better I feel after adding regular exercise to my routine.
This has been no easy journey and I would not be any where near to where I am were it not for your prayers and financial support. While the financial support is so crucial, I do not want to downplay just how equally important the prayers have been. My healing to His glory. Thank you for being a part of this. I am enjoying today and excited to see where we all end up next. I love you all and I mean it as much as always.

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5 Responses to “The Update to Beat All Updates”

  1. Tandy March 19, 2013 at 1:29 pm #

    Thank you, Father! Looking forward to watching your doctor’s (and everyone else’s) faith grow through your experience. Tears of joy & thanksgiving are flowing upon reading this update. Love you and your testimony, Girl! Hugs from this side of Round Rock!

  2. Pat Walt March 19, 2013 at 2:07 pm #

    Praise the Lord! And, your healing be to God’s Glory! God Bless you! Prayers are continuing for you, Amy! ❤

  3. FergsMouseTrips March 23, 2013 at 10:45 am #

    I LOVE this report!!! Praise God for the great news and the tremendous healing!

  4. Mike Glenn March 25, 2013 at 3:33 pm #

    Amy

    This is a very positive update…NO LESIONS! PTL!! NONE!! AWESOME!!! Sounds like you really got your doctor’s attention…..HA! I can just visualize the “Ho Hum” attitude change to
    “WHOA!!! What’s this about going to Russis??!?!”
    Thanks for letting us know the latest good news!!!!
    MIKE

  5. msedita22 December 16, 2015 at 8:31 pm #

    Thank you for this ❤️😊 We travel from Texas to Moscow in January. A littke cold for this Texas girl, lol.

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