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    Thanks for the warm welcome. I am still stumbling around but feel very welcome. I have been impressed by all the info Sunshine has put up.

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    Good morning Martha! We are on diff sleep cycles. I turn off electronics by 7:45 pmish and on around 5 a.m.

    I will keep trying to improve this site, but it’s real value is communication amongst patients seeking info, and of course connection with fellow patients.

    It hasn’t been picked up by google bots yet. Putting the website address onto other SPS and health websites can help. If you’re able to do that, go for it!

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    The local podunk airport upped their game this week and have increased air traffic of small planes about a thousand percent. They fly by the house constantly. The noise causes stiffening.

    Thank you FAA for doing this.

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    Yesterday an old, old friend from afar came over to visit. The stiffening was intense. Fun, excitement cause stiffI ning and cancel out the benefit of the Meds.....so weird!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sunshine View Post
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    Yesterday an old, old friend from afar came over to visit. The stiffening was intense. Fun, excitement cause stiffI ning and cancel out the benefit of the Meds.....so weird!
    I don't have stiff person but yes excitement will stiffen me up and I never try meds for my CP because I know everything with will bounce back to stiff mode anyway.
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    Maybe it’s a similar mechanism?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sunshine View Post
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    Maybe it’s a similar mechanism?
    I would think so yes. CP is a brain injury so it does not progress but seems to share some similarity to Stiff Person.
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    You are doing a great job.

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    Thank you KickingIt! Lots of readers. So far not many joining in yet!

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    Some research shows that high dose IVIG (e,g. 2G per 1kg weight divided equally into two consecutive days and monthly, can reduce overreactivity to stimuli.

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