I just wondered because, of all the do-it-yourself treatments that I've tried (Tryptophan, NAG, B12, I-can't-remember-what-else-over-the-years!) I actually have a very good feeling about this.
You see ever since I was a child I've had eczema. It used to be pretty bad but, with avoiding perfumed soap and detergent it's completrely under control. I've felt it was linked with my MS, during a relapse the eczema was likely to be worst and, besides, they are both auto immune reactions gone wrong, right? Anyway, since reading this article http://www.webmd.com/multiple-sclerosis ... s-relapses
mid spring I have been taking 14,000 iU of vitamin D on days when it hasn't been sunny enough to spend 45 minutes on my balcony in the sun. It just so happens that a week ago, for the first time since I was five years old, my eczema has completely dissapeared. I've no idea if it will last but it does make me mildly optimistic.
So, has anybody else been on high vitamin D since the study was published?