Day1 of pulse 7 and, so far, i can feel the abx! Which, i guess, is a good sign!But, in truth, i wanted to post about vitamin B12, and, strangely, just saw Rica’s response to a different post,, mentioning her intake of it.I first contacted David Wheldon after learning how similar the effects of pernicious anaemia are to MS, including demyelination! I was sure I had it and that the blood readings saying my levels were fine were wrong. All my paternal relatives had or have it, and, based on symptoms, such as my Nana going totally white haired, at the age of 14, think it was in my maternal line also, but DW was the only one saying i could have it too. I followed his advice, tp take 20,000 mcg, sublingually, per day.and, within a week or two, felt, almodt, normal. Talking to my step daughter about her severe respitory problems, which she doesn’t believe are caused by asthma, i had a ‘duh!’ Moment and re-started the huge B12 doses. Within days my orthostatic hypotension, which had become unbearable, is gone! My brain is clearer and my drop foot re hugely improved And so much more! I’m sure my MS is real and responding well to the protocol, and I know most cappers take the B12, but i want to encourage everyone to be aware of B12 deficiency and Iron deficiency anaemia! I wonder if the abx are more efficient now as I am having more severe symptoms from this pulse. Also, next time you pass a woman with a face like a biscuit, say hi, it could be me!