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Almost 4 years ago. It was terrifying. I wasn’t given any info and was only given one treatment option, which didn’t work. I went to several neurologists trying to find better treatment options. One even told me that my MS was “too aggressive” and he couldn’t help me.
I thought it would be getting the life I wanted back (Dr’s said that wasn’t possible). That’s been hard but I’m always down for a fight. The hardest part was actually loosing all of the people I thought were my “friends.”
Fatigue, pain, brain fog
Yes! No gluten, dairy, sugar or soy as well as low histamine. Have also done full AIP several times but the above is what has stuck.
Decreased stress, focus on detox and movement when I can.
Yes, they have been amazing and supportive even when they didn’t understand.
Treat the underlying root causes. For me that was Lyme, co infections, cavitations and mold.
Find your root causes; make the diet and lifestyle changes, they matter. Also, even if they tell you that you have to accept a new normal, don’t stop fighting for the normal YOU want.
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,