agatha wrote:I wouldn't say I feel entirely cured - I still get quite tired and I think if I really pushed myself I might have problems - but my MS has returned to being pretty quiescent and causes very little trouble. I am now looking to tweak the diet using anti inflammatory herbs and spices and I'm looking into balancing my hormones levels (have just discovered my DHEA is low). Interestingly, the chronic diarrhoea I suffered for several years before the abx has resolved, though i still take probiotics.
So, all in all a very pleasing response to treatment. Well worth the money and effort.
Welcome. You probably would of been better off by being a little bolder and starting your own new thread instead of digging up a random old thread, where it could be lost.Sabinchen wrote:I believe in the Abx treatment what probably is a good start but I don't know how to tell my GP to give abx for my condition. Or to make him understand. Don't get me wrong..my GP and neuro are willing to listen but that is not enough this time.
I hope somebody is reading that and if there a tips you like to share i am very thankful. I am also thankful reading your healing or changes you experienced.
Its not a matter of TELLING the GP to give you Abx's, you are ASKING for the prescription. I would guess the GP as with any professional hates it when a non-professional tells them how to do their job. Your presentation/demeanor could make all the difference.Sabinchen wrote:I don't know how to tell my GP to give abx for my condition. Or to make him understand.
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