I've had reason over the past week, to recall how ill my daughter was 18 months ago, lying in a hospital bed, unable to do anything for herself, not even essential things like breathing and sitting up, or simple things like feeding herself and brushing her teeth.
Her condition deteriorated over a period of 3 months and in spite of two courses of steroids the trend was downwards. At the beginning of the relapse, around Christmas time she had a bladder infection and I noticed then that during the time she was taking antibiotics her MS symptoms eased off slightly. This happened twice and it lit a light bulb in my head... I did the research and found Dr Wheldon's website www.davidwheldon.co.uk/ms-treatment.html
and www.CPn Help.org
Since then Ella has not looked back, although she had a rough ride in the beginning. She is so well now that on the 15th of September she is skydiving for the UK charity MSRC. You can see what she is up to on www.justgiving.com/ellafindlay
Don't feel pressurised into donating anything to this charity, but just see what 18 months of antibiotics can do.
Michele, warrior4MS, mother and champion for Ella, the MSer. The solution is out there we just have to ask the right questions.