It is important that I remind myself and all of you, the results I am having and sharing with you are true and accurate but they are my results. Not everyone has the same health problems and may not receive the same results. I am hopeful my results will continue to improve.
OK, on to the results at hand (strike that) FOOT! I am continuing to see improved results as on the 3rd. I still massage my foot each morning but the mass that is between the bones, has started to get smaller and certainly less painful. I am able to work each day and suffer less through-out the day. It is still painful but nothing like it had been for sooooo many months.
My sister is also still having improvements in her walking with reduced pain. She has other health situations that she thinks may also show some changes but we will discuss that later.
I mentioned that I also suffer from PMR (Polymyalgia rheumatica) and take both a steroid medication (Predisone) for the pain and a medication (test med.) to offset the effects on the body caused by Predisone. When you look up the side effects of each medication, there are not too many things to feel positive about other than the relief from the excruciating pain. I can only hope that the PMR will end soon. This condition, PMR, can start without cause and can end the same way. It unfortunately can also drag on for many years.
I have noticed that the typical symptoms I have from the PMR are less than normal. I have not decided whether “Serrapeptase” enzyme is helping these symptoms yet but I am keeping the changes in mind. I still find that at times my back spasms and it is very painful. I forget that it could be one of the problems of PMR. It appears it must be because if I take additional Predisone for the PMR, it helps relieve the back pain, where other pain relievers do not help. There are many different areas that the PMR touches and trying to decide what the cause of the pain is, becomes sometimes a real guessing game. I don’t want to take something for the PMR because of the damage it causes but after suffering, I will try the medication for the PMR and unfortunately, most of the time, the pain is caused by the PMR.
Positive Thoughts lead to Positive Actions!! I am positive I am getting some relief with “Serrapeptase”. Time will tell, how much!!