So I just finished with 5 day round of Solu-Medrol yesterday. This was my first relapse since being diagnosed and I almost feel worse than before. I know there's no way of knowing and everyone reacts different, but after the first tx. or two, I was great. No numbness, no tingling no fatigue. Then I stopped sleeping, the fatigue is worse and I feel like I'm carrying a cement block on the L side of my body. Part of me thinks my body is so run down from not sleeping I feel worse, and the other part is thinking "I just spent 5 days with an IV in my arm to feel worse?" Any advice or similar experiences? I was a little discouraged my nurse or doc. didn't give me more info. on what do possibly expect, even when I asked. Sometimes I wonder if they remember, especially when newly diagnosed...everything that happens is going to be new..Anyways, going to start the day and am determined to feel better.
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