Oh, now I don’t really know what to say: I started treatment in a heatwave and then we have not had such hot weather since in the UK so I thought I was less inclined to be affected by heat. Last summer we did have a short heatwave though and it did somewhat wipe me out, but it might have been that it happened so suddenly and after a period of bellow average temperatures. It was also very humid, which is worse than heat: it always has been. This year is now quite warm but extraordinarily humid, but at only about 75 degrees Fahrenheit you can’t really call it a heatwave. I have done some work on my ellipse, though, with all the windows open!
Look, if you get rid of the infection which started your MS, you should end up with a stronger immune system and if your myelin is no longer being attacked some might be rebuilt: my ability as an artist came back after all, although the strength in my right arm is still a little less. My brain isn’t shrinking, though and some of my more recent lesions have gone. I stopped the antibiotics in 2008 and am still slowly improving in some quarters. Take 1000 0r 1200 mg of NAC every day to help top any reinfection and astaxanthin is an incredibly good antioxidant among other things. I take that every day and also chlorella, which is much more than just a mopper, and vitamins D3 and methyl B12.
Right, lunch digested so back to work!
An Itinerary in Light and Shadow Completed Dr Charles Stratton / Dr David Wheldon abx regime for aggressive secondary progressive MS in June 2007, after four years. Still improving with no relapses since starting. Can't run but can paint all day.