It's been a while that an idea is running through my head. I am no doctor, and my medicine knowledge comes all from this site (and Dr. Wheldon's), Internet, and what my mother defines as 'her own Diogenes Syndrome' by keeping the most of my medical reports.
Let's say it is just a shot to the Moon:
On the 20.XII.2013, I got a lymph node removed from my armpit. Once they did the biopsy, they told my lymph was blocking TOXOPLASMOSIS. I never cared much about it, but today I am wondering if it would not be worth considering:
'What if' what arrived to the Faroe Islands was not the CPN, which was already there brought by the air, but infected Cats?
Then the formula to consider could be: <Bacteria (CPN) + Virus (Zóster)> + Parasite (Toxo) = MS ?
I found this while looking for the TOXOPLASMOSIS (In Wikipedia), I thought it was interesting:
Occasionally there may be a few weeks or months of mild flu-like illness such as muscle aches and tender lymph nodes. In a small number of people, eye problems may develop. In those with a weak immune system, severe symptoms such as seizures and poor coordination may occur.
Maybe it is a crazy idea, and again, I am no doctor. I guess I had to take it out from my head. To me it made sense. Besides, women have always been more attired to cats. Would this explain why women are more likable to have MS?
Maybe it would even explain why, unless we become cats, it is not contagious between humans.
P.S. I found a huge change on my diarrhoeas, not just with the Saccharomyces Boulardii + MOS, but after the first pulse of Metronidazole. It killed something, that made my intestines work right again. :)