20 year old treatment

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Should I proceed with treatment at this point?

A) Yes
B) Not yet
No votes
C) Try changing your health first
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Re: 20 year old treatment

Postby syckbastid » Wed Feb 07, 2018 12:03 pm

I was diagnosed at 25. I did a year on avonex, which was terrible so I stopped. Tried copaxone for a year when I was 28 following my only post diagnosis relapse. Otherwise I’ve managed my disease with diet and excercise. I’m 39 now and EDSS score is 1 (some sensory issues and slight deficiency in my hands). In retrospect, wish I never took either of those drugs.

Best of luck with your decision. Regardless of drug or no drug, a quality diet/excercise program is always beneficial.
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Re: 20 year old treatment

Postby Kittie » Thu Feb 08, 2018 5:10 am

Have you seen the book LESSONS FROM THE MIRACLE DOCTORS? Put the title in Amazon and it comes up. Free if you have Kindle. All natural and detox from heavy metals. I have sent for the book and I am looking forward to reading it. It's all about building your " baseline of health". "Keep Big Pharma's hands out of your pocket - and their drugs out of your system." Health Sciences Institute online @www.HSIBaltimore.com.

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