Fighting Dystonia, Chronic Lyme Disease & EDS Type 3… any questions?

I can smile!

For the first time since July 22nd I can smile! It takes a bit of effort due to all the botoux but I don’t care!!!

The operation so far is looking like a success! No pain, I can open my mouth, I can chew, my lips are still a tiny bit wonky but I don’t care, it can take a few days to see the full results of the botoux. Having no pain in my face, is the most amazing feeling! Now when my face decides to spasm, its is only my eyes, mouth and nose that spasm, my cheeks stay blissfully still!

I feel so lucky to have been treated by a surgeon who actually understands what Dystonia is, who listens to what you have to say and cares and likes to put some extra amount of botoux in as he finds it has better results! 

So little dystonia alien, I feel like that’s another point to me… I’m catching up. 

 

🙂

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