not likely to give way or overturn; firmly fixed
not deteriorating in health after an injury or operation
sane and sensible; not easily update or disturbed.
I call it MRI Monday, which fortunately included results on the spot. and it was all STABLE.As noted above, stable can have many meanings. It can be firmly fixed, like roots that grow into the ground or a cement foundation. Or it can refer to being sane and sensible (whatever that means). But in this case, stable means the multiple sclerosis isn’t progressing, at least clinically on high powered imaging. And because I feel better than I have since before the diagnosis nine years ago, I’d say it’s better than stable.
Interestingly my neuroradiologist was more concerned about degenerative disc disease which has improved as well. And I’m attributing that to the awesome Pilates I’ve been doing since March (stretching & lengthening!).
Though to keep things in perspective, it doesn’t mean without symptoms, but these days those are pretty minimal as well, as long as I keep stress DOWN, and the air conditioning UP.
Stay cool in these deep days of summer!
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