Late onset symptoms:
It’s a two-for tonight 🙂
But, this post will be extremely short! I will try to expand on it as I find out more.
I think I mentioned this in previous posts, but I’ve been told by so many medical professionals that once the CPM/EPM has occurred no further damage will happen, and there won’t be any progression in symptoms.
This information was contradicted by my former mentor, Jeffrey Amitin. He had CPM for about 10 years before he died, and he explained that over the years some things got better, but other symptoms developed later. He was absolutely certain these symptoms were caused by CPM/EPM.
I’ve had others tell me that they’ve experienced the same thing, progression of symptoms. Usually these are issues with movements, but they also described problems with loss of consciousness, etc.
I have also experienced delayed onset of symptoms with cramping, tremors, jerks, spasms, etc.
Again, I was told that these issues could not possibly be related to CPM/EPM because they believe once the injury occurs, there is no further damage.
I have found subsequent articles that disagree with this, and I believe I’ve published them previously in my blog. Well, actually, I published something to that effect tonight about a research article that showed a person developed new symptoms 6 months after the injury.
So, I just found another publication that noted a person who developed significant symptoms 10 MONTHS after the injury!!! Further, the MRI that they did showed a kind of disintegration to the basal ganglia area.
Here is the link:
Now, I don’t like the link because it does not have all of the article, and I will have to research it further to obtain where it comes from, etc, but I wanted to get this information posted before I “lost” it.
Thanks for reading, and I hope this is a step in the right direction for bringing more awareness about damage that occurs from CPM/EPM after the initial injury heals.