Hi Guys, Several good things were discussed the Transplant was not one off them did not even get a mention, agreeing for me to go on Sulfasalasine was because the Rheumy Doc told him I was going through a torrid time with my RA and the Hydroxy did not work and because my IPF sisuation had not changed it should not affect me to much, hence all the blood tests every two weeks and i promise to let them know of any side effects that may occur, I am on the full 3000mgs a day and feel a slight difference on the amount of flare ups I normally get. He congratulated me on getting back to work he recalled me saying something in June about it but because i could not walk the length of his room he never gave it a secong thought, His parting sentence was close the door on the way out and i will see you in June. So of we wentfor a nice meal and a pint of Guiness.Matt/Fran
A Very Good Consultation In Edinburgh.Mattcass - NRAS
That's great news Matt. You both must be relieved I hope the sulpha helps the flares very quickly . You two are very brave. Xx
Hi A, Thank You very much we are hoping the Salpha works, i start on anti-bios later this chest cold is not going away on it's own. Matt
Oh no my hubby is the same! He almost never gets sick but has been for the past couple of weeks but omg what an awful patient he is! Talk about stressful!
Great news, Matt! Clemmie
Hi Clemmie Thank You, Sore head at work today Frans fault topping my Guinness up with Wine it was good but.Matt
Good news and hope the Sulpha works quickly for you
Hi Someonesmother, If the Sulpha does not work more Guinness and Wine.Matt
heheheeh yes if only I could still drink I would join you!
I could drink yours save it going to waste.Matt
Absolutely and make sure it is a nice western Australian Margaret River Cabernet Sauvignon. mm mmmmmmmm!!!!
I'm a Chateau Nuf-De Pape Man before i changed from Buckfast.Matt
Guinness should be a recognised dmards