Hello and thank you guys.
I am still happy I had the procedure done, as some of the benefits has persisted. And all in all I feel better then before procedure, but it was defenetly a relaps.
Of course we have to be honest about it, Lyon. It is no point in ignoring facts if looking for the truth. I am quite confident that all us patients are honest about the results after liberation, both the good, the bad and the no difference. So that is the main reason to keep having it done.
I used to get Tysabri, some of the people on it were so happy about it, it did wonders for them. It did nothing for me, apart from making me worse, as it does to some of us. The neuros had no explanation to why it does't work with everybody, it just something we have to accept.
Same with liberation. It does work for quite a few, same with LDN, it does work for some. Why not look at it as a multifactoral disease with multipple solutions as well. If venes are blocked have them fixed, if endorphine levels are down, get them back up with LDN, if the immune system is going mental, take imuno supressants.
The combined result might be good
For somebody it might be sufficient to have liberation done, for some it might suffice with LDN and for others it might be enough with interferons. Why shouldn't these different treatments work together.
It might not be in our best interest if everything has to be proven to impossible levels. Not if we are dependent on more then one fix. If something is broken, FIX it.
<div>I have lived with ms for 8 years. The last year has been hell, I've gone from shite to even worse every single month, until my liberation in May. </div>