Is it possible that I have MS too?

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Is it possible that I have MS too?

Postby Smalltowngirl » Fri Aug 09, 2013 7:28 pm

My grandmother has is, she's had her symptoms since she was a little kid but didn't get diagnosed until her early 20s. I've had problems since I was really little too and they have only gotten worse and I've gotten more symptoms over the years. My symptoms are fatigue, numbness, prickling, trouble with balance, dizziness, problems with bowels, depression, and problems with concentration and remembering.

I've gone to doctors before but they have NEVER done any tests and just shrugged it off as "growing pains", which is the same thing they told my grandmother when she was younger, before she got diagnosed.
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Re: Is it possible that I have MS too?

Postby bartman » Fri Aug 09, 2013 10:18 pm

MS mimics Lyme disease and co-infections babesia and bartonella. Educate yourself on these infections and the controversy in testing, treatment and diagnosis. Mainstream doctors are literally scared to diagnose it for fear of losing there licenses. Right now is primetime Lyme season. It's all over this country and ignored! You need to find a Lyme Literate MD to examine you.
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Re: Is it possible that I have MS too?

Postby RyanYum » Thu Aug 15, 2013 7:51 pm

why don't you start self treating now if you are so worried

try the wahls diet, start taking vitamin d

do everything within your current power to slow things down without a dx, without taking drugs
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