hey there, I would personally take a long hard look at nutrient depletion from multiple children and possibly from an inherited metabolic issue.. there are a set of nutrients known to be low in ms patients and some of them are the same as key ones depleted by building new human beings
I can help with anything nutrition related, whether the problems turn out to be related to accident trauma, or ms, or something else altogether. and yes I have had hypersensitivity. had to buy all new soft loungy clothes at one point, b/c I could no longer tolerate jeans. it turned out that I was markedly deficient in all of the nutrients that are known to be low in ms. by known, I mean known in research, though mostly ignored in practice. when it comes to nutrition, patients have to take a lot on themselves.
this post outlines the approach I would take to assess anyone's nutritional situation and how to ensure it's as healthy as possible. that way you can be sure you have ruled out possible nutritional causes for any of your signs and symptomsregimens-f22/topic2489.html
here's a short thread with a possibly relevant story that you might find interesting
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my approach: no meds so far - just nutrient-dense anti-inflammatory whole foods, and supplements where needed
info: www.whfoods.com, www.nutritiondata.com