I haven't read any stories about miraculous recoveries on abx
It an absolutely awful knowing that despite changing your whole lifestyle you are still ultimately heading towards a horrible fate; but thats MS and the life we now face. So I guess you've just got to do your best with the information you have...
Some people have come to use the word "miracle" sarcastically to mean "impossible" or "yeah, right!" and I don't mean it that way.
As per #2 above, I'd disagree with you and say that your situation does qualify as a miracle.
A quirk about me is that I'm always as interested in the situations leading up to an event as I am the event itself. You or your husband are probably eminently qualified to answer a question I've had for a while, if you don't mind.
There must be a story behind the discovery of using long term antibiotics as a treatment for MS, but what is it? What made someone consider that there might be a benefit to a person with MS by using antibiotics far longer than you would ever normally see them used?
he has chronic Chlamydia pneumoniae, Mycoplasma pneumoniae, Epstein-Barr virus, Cytomegalovirus, HHV-1, systemic candidiasis, and that's just the slate we know about. He also secretes little or no stomach acid to digest his food, he has a leaky gut, sensitivity to gluten and casein, severe zinc depletion, and elevated heavy metal accumulatons
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