Slow but still change.

>> Monday, February 9, 2015

I've explained before that with Bug, any medication change actually takes at least 6 months to determine if it will an effective long-term treatment. It's the way he builds cells.

We are 5 months into his new treatment and the last 3 days...he has been chirping and humming almost non-stop.

It goes like this: spin, spin, spin, hum, hum. hum. Spin, hum, spin, hum, hum, hum.

He is still seizing, one or two a day, not more than 4 lately, and usually they all revolve around sleep. A few minutes into sleep and BAM! Spacing out the medications seems to have stabilized things a little.

Sleep. So long the enemy, with no respite in sight. Sigh.

But the humming though...that's something.

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