Patients with MS also self rated their fatigue levels in the morning and afternoon using an 11 point scale.Results: Compared with control subjects, patients walked very slowly, with reduced stride length and around twice as much variability in gait performance.
The subjects and patients were matched for sex, age (±5 years) and height (±0.05 m).
But the truth is, I’m not interested or don’t want to go out or have other priorities, or even while telling one boy I’m busy, asking another boy if he is free. And there have been 5 Thai boys who I’m interested in, and who I would contact every now and then with intention to meet (for sex), and who would either read and not reply, or reply slowly, or tell me they are busy.
This is a huge waste of everyone’s time and energy, and after texting and calling with a boy Kuk Chan I had on 15nov2016 (promising in bed) and who lives just 3 km from me, for now 8 months (contact about twice per month, that’s 16 exchanges of text or calls, and he was never free to meet me), I write the following (my Thai and my translation): And now the earliest case I remember where a boy is not interested.
Vaney also charted changes in gait over time by measuring walking speed over 10 m in 25 patients with MS on five different occasions within a single day. Group mean variability of walking speed proved to be relatively high over the day.
In a similar way, Gehlsen assessed walking patterns of nine patients with MS on three occasions over a 10 week period.Hello, I am now living and working in Bangkok, in Lak Si area.