Multiple Sclerosis Stories: Victor’s testimonial
Hello! My name is Victor, I’m 32 years old. I’ve been suffering from MS for 12 years (secondary progressive MS). Being sick for years, I tried various treatment methods. Some of them did good, but the results were short-term and, generally speaking, there was no positive dynamics. I lost faith in methods proposed by traditional medicine. Now I’m a disabled person in a wheelchair. Having read in the web about the Klenner’s protocol, I decided to try. Furthermore, some testimonials seemed inspiring. I’ve been following the doctor Klenner’s protocol for a More >
Multiple Sclerosis Stories – Susanne's Testimonial
In 2007 I felt for the first time really consciously, that my fingertips were numb and it did not go away. But I thought I have a nerv pinched or something of that sort . I mean I had symptoms much earlier then that. Looking back now, already in 2003 I had a real flare up with double pictures, dizziness, but it went away after a few days, so I was not too concerned. I travelled a lot professionally and More >
My first experience with MS started when I was 7. I had intermittent blurry vision but no one knew what was causing it. As the years went by and the symptoms would show up I had many misdiagnoses, including Bell’s palsy, arthritis, pinched nerves, etc. Finally, at the age of 35, I went numb from the waist down and I was referred to a neurologist for the first time in my life. He knew it was MS right away, but we had to do all the tests, including MRIs, a spinal tap and a battery of blood tests. That confirmed More >
As I have not submitted to a spinal tap, I do not have absolute diagnosis that my condition is MS, but all arrows point to it. My daughter was positively diagnosed with it, which increases my chances of having it exponentially. A spinal tap laid my daughter up for 2-3 months; it would do the same to me, I’m certain.
When my daughter was positively diagnosed with MS, we talked at length about her symptoms and mine. I had some tests run; all arrows pointed to MS but without the spinal tap it’s still not 100%. But the symptoms are More >
MS begun in 1988, when I was in my third year in college. I would get this awful pain across my left foot toes, like a big knife was cutting. I got a cane the same week. After that I visited various doctors in Toronto until one said: “It’s multiple sclerosis”. I cried but I had no idea what it was.
I wanted to get pregnant and my gynaecologist said that there would be no problem. I had a wonderful pregnancy when I had lots of energy. Signs of MS came back when my baby was 15 months and I More >