Hi Guys, it has been a while since I last posted. So as an update.... I was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis in Aug 2006 after an MRI scan prompted by difficulty in walking.
I started the Wheldon protocol in Aug 2007. I was full-time for just over one year and then I went intermittent. I have continued with intermittent with no problems and no reactions to the abx. With regards my condition, I made huge mental gains on the abx, but my walking issue has remained much the same. It is not very bad in that I can do most things, the hardest activity is walking. I can walk perfectly normally for about 30-40 minutes and then I start to have problems moving my right leg and lifting my right foot.
This has all been very stable and consistent until this month (August). I went on a one week holiday to Greece, where it was hot and sunny (yoo hoo). Since coming back my walking/movement has been worse. When my leg tires it is worse that it has been for the last 2 years; it happens quicker and it takes longer to recover. So I am not experiencing a new problem, but it seems to have intensified.
What puzzles me is:
a) why does my problem become active after 30 minutes of activity? Surely if there is damage on my spinal cord it would be active at all times.
b) Why have I worsened recently? Could it be the increased exposure to the sun and Vit D for a week; could it be that my nervous system is going through a re-ordering process that will lead to improvement; is it a to be expected part of the ups and downs of nerve damage; or am I just getting worse?
If anyone has any thoughts on this I would be very interested.