Anecdote wrote: Hi Sarah Thanks for your reply. Tricia is back on abx and she is muck better and her right arm is now working again but not as strong as her left. Have now realised that the 3rd antibiotic has to be taken maybe 2-3 days not 7 as perscribed on packet by Dr , to long to strong. What is chlorella. Anyway Sarah i will keep you posted. Mick & Tricia Mick, I am glad to say that when you start talking about what you really want to know, you don't sound a bit like a neuro!
Now, the thing to remember is that taking these antibiotics should not make the MS any worse, so whether or not any antibodies were found in the test, an infection will have been there because if Trish had been infection free, taking the abx would have had no effect. I remember that my worst pulse was the third one, which actually had me in tears, I was in so much pain, but after that it was far more plain sailing.
David won't comment upon someone that he hasn't actually seen in person, but I will say that in his experience over the last few years, having had MS for over thirty years does not mean that what you are experiencing will be ongoing because MS exacerbations have stopped. Many of the people he has seen over the last few years would be in that category: I had had MS for over twenty years when I first started and at the time he was worried that it had been too long, but he soon found out that the worry was not needed.
I think that if Trish wants to start back on abx, she should: after all, nobody will know what she is experiencing any more than she does!
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