Ok people i know some of you know the answer to this question.Listen up!!
What exactly is mylopathy? and how does it affect your normal functioning? The last time i was at the surgeons office for a check up from my car accident i had a different surgeon,a fellow ,when he was done examining me he told me that my mylopathy was still severe. I thought ok well its the same as it was the last time i was here.
)( He said that there just symptoms and i still had time for it to change for the better.But what difference does it make if there just symptoms,how would that affect me if i didn't have reflexes in my arm or leg?Inquiring minds want to know!!
) I understand the balance issue can really affect everything that i am capable of doing but what about muscle spasms and numbness and reflexes.If i can function what difference does it make ,what's the big deal. :? They make me worry because of the looks on there faces when they examine me.How do they determine that a surgery is a success? I would have to say mine was a success but they seem to be stuck on the mylopathy.