Longtime sports supporter Dan Patrick uncovered on Thursday that he has been wracked by an “extraordinary” joint-torment condition for quite a while ― and medications left him seriously discouraged and forgetful.
On “The Dan Patrick Show” the 62-year-old ESPN alum said he needed to “pull the shade back” on the Polymyalgia Rheumatica he has combat for a long time. He has been unfit to walk or tie his shoes now and again while drugs have created crippling side effects.
Patrick said he was put on prednisone, which facilitated his physical agony yet created self-destructive sentiments. He said his insusceptible framework was assaulting itself as he attempted to pick up harmony between the fiery issue and his treatment. “You think ‘Round of Honored positions’ is an extraordinary fight,” he said. “This was going on in my body.”
Then specialists acquainted Patrick with light chemotherapy. That, as well, has had its extreme drawback, giving him cerebral pains and memory misfortune. “My brain and my mouth aren’t cooperating,” he said.
Patrick said he as of late went to the general store to get only one thing, serving of mixed greens dressing, yet got back home with olives. He couldn’t review what he had for supper the prior night. What’s more, reporting in real time as of late, he couldn’t recall the name of baseball star Albert Pujols. He likewise has overlooked how to begin his vehicle on occasion.
Patrick said his condition is improving and he’s staying with the chemo through five additional medications. “I don’t have the foggiest idea where I’m going throughout the following five months,” he said.