I just turned 25 this January and have been having some concerning symptoms. I have several blood clotting disorders and over the pass few weeks developed petechiea in clusters to my arms/stomach. They fade but the skins till looks slightly discolored. This is something really new for me. Around the same time I have had difficulty concentrating, short term memory loss, lots of muscle pain, muscle twitching, nausea, dizziness, electric shooting pain to neck and low back. The memory issues concern me the worse it is things like getting in the shower and getting right back out with washing my hair or anything.. putting dishes in the dish washer but forgetting to turn it on... I do not have insurance until March 1st as I recently started a new job. I am considering trying to get an appointment this week but wanted to get some opinions... I have had several episodes over the past few years where I would fall alot or have trouble with certain hand/leg movements but other than that this is new to me.
Start taking fish oil and a large dosages of B12. You also need to stick to a 80% alkaline diet and stay away from caffiene, gluten, processed foods, starchy carbs and beef.
DR. TERRY WAHLS
In 2003 Terry Wahls, M.D., was diagnosed with secondary progressive multiple sclerosis and soon became dependent upon a tilt-recline wheelchair. After developing and using the Wahls Protocol, she is now able to walk and commute to work by bicycle. She now uses intensive directed nutrition in her primary care and traumatic brain injury clinics. Dr. Wahls is the lead scientist in a clinical trial testing her protocol in others with progressive MS.
Among others, her advice has kept me out of a wheel chair. I was diagnosed with MS 15 years ago. I have NO symptoms and I take NO meds. I rely on supplements (i.e. vitamin D, fish oil, B-complex, an 80% raw food diet and exercise. That's it.
The video below is inspiring. But if you visit her website, you will get more info. Many people are reversing their MS with nutrition. Dr. Wahls' story is not unique.