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Horrific. My mother in law has MS and is wheelchair bound and I’ve had to bedpan her in the past. I only knew I’d her in this disease and I thought that was my fate too
Disability and not being able to go anywhere or do anything. (I have had VERY LIMITED travel and life experience growing up due to life circumstance) all I’ve ever wanted to do was go out into the world and taste, touch, smell, climb and run through it all.
I was taking Avonex but it made me feel worse. I stopped that drug and stopped seeing the neuro. Went back to school for natural health, switched my diet and I’m taking care of things myself.
Gluten/dairy free (I cheat with dairy a little sometimes but resolve to stop that this year. AIP was awesome for weight loss but I didn’t notice any change in dis-ease.
Gluten free has changed so much for the better
Hmm my husband wants to be supportive but doesn’t know how 🙂
You. Will. Not. Waste. Away. On. Your. Couch. Get up, get moving, eat right, love yourself. It will be ok.
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,