ljelome wrote:I'm sorry, can i ask u again? What do u do with the intestinal worms? Do u plant it in ur intestine or do u eliminate it from ur intestine? or something else?
Here, in Indonesia, there's a treatment with leeches, they suck ur blood n make ur blood circulation become better through the anticoagulation substances the leeches produce n bring into ur blood circulation. There's a pwMS here who gave the treatment a try n he said his symptoms become better. I don't know the details of his treatment though n his complete success story.
Luongo wrote:Can anyone explain what the scientific theory is behind this? Why this would have an effect on MS?
cervocuit wrote:Luongo wrote:Can anyone explain what the scientific theory is behind this? Why this would have an effect on MS?
The hygiene hypotesis.
detailed explanations here:
The decreasing incidence of infectious diseases
Public health measures were taken after the industrial revolution by western countries to limit the spread of infections. These measures comprised decontamination of the water supply, pasteurization and sterilization of milk and other food products, respect of the cold chain procedure, vaccination against common childhood infections and the wide use of antibiotics. The decline is particularly clear for hepatitis A (HAV), childhood diarrhoea and perhaps even more spectacular for parasitic diseases such as filariasis, onchocercosis, schistosomiasis or other soil-transmitted helminthiasis . In countries where good health standards do not exist, people are chronically infected by those various pathogens. In those countries, the prevalence of allergic diseases remains low. Interestingly, several countries that have eradicated those common infections see the emergence of allergic and autoimmune diseases.
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