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I was diagnosed in May 2017. I was fortunate because my diagnosis came very quickly. I started having weird symptoms in Jan 2017 that escalated into a full on relapse until July 2017. It was a scary time and I couldn’t find a good MS specialist. I was diagnosed by a neurologist who pushed a MS medication that he thought was best (without allowing me to research). I didn’t take that medication.
I thought the hardest part was going to be a life of disability. I thought I would have to change my life and what I was planning to do with it. The hardest part is having a limited amount of energy to do all the things you want to do. You learned to make shorter “to-do” lists.
I have previously taken Copaxone but not taking any medications now.
Yes, I identified my food sensitivities through an elimination diet and avoid those foods.
Meditation, putting boundaries in place, and prioritizing sleep
Yes they were.
Manage diet and lifestyle.
This was told to me when I was first diagnosed and it was so helpful – You will be yourself again and don’t let MS tell you what you can and can’t do in your life.
I help women who have also been diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis make specific and personalized diet, lifestyle & subconscious changes so that they can begin to heal their body, reduce disease symptoms, and return to a life they love.hey there,