My breathing is better and I do not feel my diaphragm working as hard while the Mestinon is in my system. But, I still feel tightness (or discomfort) in my throat when I breath.
My vision is giving me lots of problems. It will blur at various time for no apparent reason. I know this is part of the MG, but it is very strange to have it happen while you are working. Blinking and refocusing my eyes seems to help. I am glad for computer and large type.
My voice is still a big concern for me, since I make my living with my voice. I do my own audio/video editing of each weeks sermon. In the audio editing, I can see a visual graph of the volume of my sermon from beginning to end. Usually, the volume graph stays around 80%. Over the last few weeks, the volume graph begins at 80% and ends somewhere around 40%. I can tell I need to use more force to project my voice as I go through the sermon. This is also part of the MG condition.
My autonomic and small fiber sensory neuropathy continues with the same intensity.
We have been doing a lot of soul-searching this week and dealing with some difficult issues. Thanks for keeping us in your prayers. I am having problems thinking and keeping my memory sharp. I do not know if this is part of the MG or from medication. So, if my words sound strange--they just may be!
I have also been working on a new web site for some time now. You can see it a http://krbunn.com
I am getting ready for my book to be printed through CreateSpace. CreateSpace is a Publish on Demand printer. This way, I do not have any up-front cost on my part and books are printed when they are ordered and then shipped directly to the consumer. That is a good way to publish for me. The book will be available on my web site eStore and from Amazon.com soon.
I think the price will be $11.99. That depends on the final page count and final cost per book from CreateSpace. My goal is not to make a fortune, but to have the book priced inexpensive enough for people to purchase and read it. I hope it helps a lot of people.