If I could get close enough to smell yogurt, I might eat it. Eww! Besides cottage cheese, the two worst foods in the world. IMO.
After my visit to the neurologist yesterday, it seems there is a strong (very strong) possibility that MS is the cause of the pain and not something that can be 'fixed'. It makes sense now that I think about it. Surgery, footbeds, cortisone.....nothing worked. It's going to be permanent unless some miracle happens.
I've been given a Lidocaine patch to wear to numb up the area, but it squelches only about 20% of the pain. Looks like MS is kicking my butt more than I want it to.
The good news, if you can call it good, is that I'm signing on to do a study for a new drug that's taken orally instead of by injection. I was supposed to get in the study in early February, but couldn't for obvious reasons. This study is much better suited to my situation, and I'm hoping the side effects are minimal.
The study starts in a couple of months, and I'll be well healed from the leg by then. PT starts on Wednesday.
A chance at being more normal is worth the risk, and it may end up helping get this on the market to the genpop.