Small Fiber Neuropathy

UPDATE: Tomorrow is one of the days of the year that makes me sit up and take notice on how far I have actually come since I have started the Protocol. It is the end of the school year and I will be saying good bye to people I have worked with for 20 years. There will be talk of when others are retiring, and I know that I will not have to be one of them because of the Protocol. I have been on the Protocol for 22 months and I feel fabulous. My SFN Pain is 95% gone, I have dropped the Cymbalta, Lyrica, Flexeril, Plaquinil, and Valston. How far I have come is unbelievable!
Originally posted 6/21/17
Today, I had an amazing moment at work!
At the end of each school year we have a staff luncheon following the last final where they give recognition to people who are retiring etc. Last year I sat through the event almost in tears because in my heart I didn’t think I would be returning in September due to severe Small Fiber Neuropathy nerve pain.
At the end of the summer I was introduced to the Protocol and my improvement was beyond expectations. Within weeks SFNI felt better and I was able to return to work, the improvement continues ten months later.
Today at the same luncheon someone asked me when I was going to retire and I answered “in about five years”, without hesitation. The tears once again almost fell, but this time it was because I now felt I had a choice!
Feeling good enough to make life decisions without thinking about my pain level is what the Protocol has given me.
Thank you Bob Diamond
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