Thank you for sharing. I stopped avonex years ago, because of side effects, but I was then one of these MS patients that was living a close to normal life. The side effects of avonex was bad, but nothing like I had with tysabri. And the last year I have had loads of bother, and a couple of attacs, so that is why I started tysabri, maybe the sideeffects of avonex isnt as bad anymore.
Do you know if antibiotix will do the trick, or maybe copaxone? I'm beeing liberated next month
, and hopefully Ill be able to start with antibiotics in august, as I got a feeling that is probably the cure. What i ve read about cpn makes sense to me.
Sorry to hear about you wife's experience, and I hope she has more or less recovered from it. It is scary to loose function, it makes us nervous, snappy, grumpy, anxious and a bit hysterical. She is lucky to have a caring husband. I am so greatful fo the suport I've got from my now fiance. He takes wonderful care of me and our two children. It cant be easy for the people we love either. SO well done
<div>I have lived with ms for 8 years. The last year has been hell, I've gone from shite to even worse every single month, until my liberation in May. </div>