BelBee wrote:Coming here to ask for support from MS patients is a downer for those who suffer with it and VERY coward in my opinion.
BelBee wrote:I don't think anything you said is selfish, apart for the huge fact you are using a forum with members that have the same disease your sister does. That's selfish and cruel. Look for support yes but on the right places. Coming here to ask for support from MS patients is a downer for those who suffer with it and VERY coward in my opinion. Sorry! God bless your sister -and you.
jimmylegs wrote:i don't imagine my thoughts are going to be any kind of useful action items per se for this case, but from a nutritional standpoint here's what's floating around in my head - first, your sister being the youngest of nine argues the possibility of abnormal prenatal developement due to low maternal nutrient stores, and in addition, possible low neonatal liver stores of nutrients. then, possible low stores in low childhood may have been further depleted as an adult due to pregnancies, although this effect may have been temporarily averted via nutritional regimens sometimes adopted for expecting moms... together these various issues paint a less than optimal nutritional picture.
Her nutrition was non existent. I am hard pressed to image a green vegetable she would consider. Mother drank excessively. I do not know much during pregnancy, yet it is suffice to say, "Mother did not care for herself very well". I singled as much out with the onset of Michelle's M.S. at 21yrs or so, but she was able to smile around it, and basically ignore those who prompted her.
Luongo wrote:It's no secret that the magic cure to MS isn't lurking right around the corner, but we also keep hope in our hearts for our loved ones.
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