Well, they did improve for a while…

It started on Sunday on the way home from the cottage.  That annoying feeling that my right leg just had to move.  I think it had been at least 10 days…maybe even 2 weeks…since I’d had that horrible feeling.  But there it was and it was not going to be ignored.  Nor was it going to stop.  So I twitched.  And I twitched.  And I sat on my leg, and I twitched some more.  And this was while reading!  Usually reading helps…not this time.

Fortunately, we had to stop in Brechin for a bathroom break so I was able to get up and walk around.  Back in the car and things seemed fine, for a while anyway.  About 20 minutes later, there was that feeling again, this time in my left leg.  Boy was I glad to get home!

Hoping that that was an aberration…maybe because we played 9 holes of golf earlier that day…I didn’t really worry about it.  However while watching TV on Tuesday night, there it was again…that feeling in my right leg.  Well, I thought, this is silly.  I was getting better, what the heck was this all about?  The twitchies were fairly mild so I put up with them and again, thought, “well, I must tell Dr. Bryce about this next week, and update my blog” but I wasn’t even worried enough about it to get around to blogging.

But now…well, last night (Thursday)…while watching TV both legs went crazy.  Just like the old days.  And here I sit at 5:21 a.m., having been awake for an hour, finally updating my blog.   Doesn’t make much sense to me and I’d rather be tucked up in bed asleep.  Heaven knows what Dr. Bryce will say about it.  He told me that the 2nd homeopathic dilution was something like extract of poison ivy – sounds like fun, doesn’t it? 

Stay tuned.


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