Archive for August, 2009
Below is a brief accounting of my experience utilizing Dr. Klenner’s Protocol for the autoimmune disease Multiple Sclerosis which I was diagnosed with in April 2007.
In November of 2006 while playing golf, I felt an extreme pain travel the course of my spine, upon consultation of my physician and through diagnostic testing and MRI. I was diagnosed with Transverse Myelitis. This was somewhat of a relief as there was no sign of MS in any of the tests and I was prescribed a heavy dose of Steroids to bring down the inflammation. April 2007 I had loss of vision in my right eye and returned for tests which included MRI and Spinal Tap, where I was subsequently diagnosed with Relapsing Remitting MS. My neurologist was quite concerned as they have never witnessed MS develop as it did in my case. I was prescribed another heavy dose of Steroids and eventually would be placed on Avonex in August 2007. The only other symptom was tingling and numbness in my hands and optic neuritis in my right eye.
In January 08, I began having gate issues and trouble with my balance. I returned for a follow-up MRI where they saw rapid advancement and believed I was Secondary Progressive. I was having difficulty tolerating the Avonex and decided it was no longer beneficial to take, against the strong disagreement of my neurologist. It was at this time I heard of a treatment in Mexico and I was off to pursue. By May my symptoms were greatly diminished and I believed I had found the magic bullet. I made a trip with my family in July and began traveling for work again in September. By the end of November the wheels fell off and I began a very aggressive relapse.
January 1, 2009 I awoke to the fact I could no longer walk without a walker (and that task was extremely difficult). I reached back into my file and pulled out Dale Humphrey’s number. A gentleman I had researched and contacted back at the beginning of 07, but dismissed because I was told by physician’s that I was being reckless with a treatment of vitamins that would not work. I began the treatment on January 18, 2009.
It is now August 11, 2009 and I am walking with 1 crutch. Driving my car again and getting back to enjoying life. I never returned to the use of the CRAB drugs and am able to ride the stationary bike for up to twenty minutes and swim up to a ½ mile a day. I am seeing gradual improvement each and every month and have not relapsed since I began treatment.
My only regret is that I did not start earlier as I most definitely would have avoided a great deal of progression of the disease. I remember the frustration in the beginning with the only treatment being Interferon’s and Steroid’s which had a 30% chance of slowing the disease.
Thank you, Dale, Homer and Carrie for providing this vital information, instruction and forum. I look forward to providing another update at year’s end.
With Sincere Regards,