My Alternative MS Fix

by Lorna
(Collingwood, Ontario)

I have been using an almost totally alternative method to keep my RRMS in remission for the last ten years. Take only one low cost drug, (not a steroid). This method has given me some good symptom improvements, (muscle spasms stopped & bladder completely normal).


Several nutrients are involved as well as exercise & a careful diet. I can now walk with a cane up & down stairs after spending years in a chair & at one point being bedridden. At present time I have been writing a document with the details of what I take & why. I think that it could be interesting to others, because it works.



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Feb 21, 2010
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Like to Know
by: Akrista

Hi Lorna,
Thanks so much for your contribution. It's amazing that you have had no relapses and have managed your symptoms for 10 years. Is there any reason why you can't share it with us now? I'm sure our visitors would be very interested to know what you use.

Thanks again for your contribution and I look forward to hearing from you again and I know our visitors will, too.

Akrista


Feb 22, 2010
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My Response
by: Lorna

The reason that I cannot easily write about my
alternative plan, is that it is quite complex & has taken years to develop. Have used books
& internet as my resource.




What I do involves many nutrients, careful diet,
as well as exercise. I have been working on a document & wish I could write a book.

Lorna




Feb 24, 2010
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An Inquiry
by: Lorna

Here is a question for you. Is there any reason why I could not post my email address for people who want to correspond with me?

I have been working hard on a document which
includes complete details about what I do to manage my RRMS. Details about nutrients, diet & exercise. My dream would be to write a book, but
my document is just a few pages long.




It includes everything I have learned over my 25yr quest with this condition. I am certain that
others could benefit from the info I have learned.

It has brought me back from being bedridden at my lowest point, to walking around easily with a cane. This with a condition which should be progressive, with a downhill slide.

write me back,
Lorna

Feb 25, 2010
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About Email
by: Akrista

Hi Lorna,
It's fine with me, however I would caution against adding your email on such an open forum. It only invites visitors with less than honest intentions to take advantage of you.



It is up to you, though, if you don't mind. This site gets quite a few visitors and that number is going up every month. Do you have a website or blog that people can visit? I'd be happy to add a link to that. It would be more secure for you.

About your document - depending on how you format it, you probably have enough information to make a small booklet. I'm even positive that you could tell your whole story beginning with how you began feeling your symptoms. Detailing your search for each one of your alternatives.

I'm sure each one of them is a story in itself. By writing the story behind each one, you would have the makings of a really good book. After adding exercises, how to do them, why they are necessary as well as recipes and nutrition tips, you have two or three more chapters.

Then you have your supplements. Why is each one necessary for someone with MS? How much and how often do you take them? What are the best sources? I'm not sure how detailed your document is, but I believe, from the way you have described it, that it would make a very good book. It just depends on how you format it.

If you've already done this, and still feel that it is only enough for a report or document, then that's fine as well. Only you know what you are capable of doing. It may be a good thing to find someone you trust to read through it and give you suggestions, if you haven't already.

The above questions are rhetorical - just suggestions on how you might make your report better. I am not trying to get you to share anymore than you are comfortable sharing right now. Do it in your own time. And if you've already done most of my suggestions, that's great! You're well on your way to success.




I wish you all the best as well as continued health.

Akrista

Feb 25, 2010
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About My Document
by: Anonymous

Thanks for your input & suggestions in regards to my document. It has been a dream of mine which began to form years ago, as I realized that my MS symptoms were improving over time. At my lowest point I was bedridden & can now walk easily with my cane. Stairs are no longer a problem.

Recently saw a PSW (Personal Support Worker**) who worked in our home years ago when I needed help for everything & she stood with her mouth & eyes wide open. Same thing with my physio-therapist.

From everything that I have ever read, this is not supposed to be possible for those with multiple sclerosis.




Had to leave the work force in my 30's, since then on disability pension. My goal at present would be to find a way to organize some format, present to all, possibly supplement our income & share what I have learned to anyone who I can. One
very good part of my plan for those without health
or drug insurance is that my drug cost, the way I do it is under $20.00! Supplements would be considerably more & might take some work to come up with a cost estimate.

Writing is enjoyable for me, but I wonder if I completed a booklet, how would I find a way to get it published? If I were to promote my document online, could it be paid for via PayPal?



open to ideas,
Lorna

**A Personal Support Worker (PSW) is a Canadian health worker that provides care to those that are not fully able to care for themselves. This includes seniors, individuals with physical disabilities, and individuals with mental disabilities, amongst others.

Apr 14, 2012
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ALTERNATIVE MS FIX
by: Marti

What has happened to this booklet? I would love to get this information. My husband is having a very hard time right now. Please get some more information out to us.

Apr 14, 2012
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MS Fix Website
by: Akrista

Hi Marti,

Here is what Lorna wrote on one of her other posts

"- Check out my website @ MSalternativeFIX. Nutrients are available through Amazon."

I just checked there and found that she hasn't written anything new. I will try and get in touch with her to see if she can update her info.

Sorry that your husband is not doing so well. Have you checked out the MS Recipe, here? It sounds pretty good.

Take care,

Akrista

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