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Multiple Sclerosis Stories: Victor’s testimonial

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Multiple Sclerosis Stories: Victor’s testimonial

Hello! My name is Victor, I’m 32 years old. I’ve been suffering from MS for 12 years (secondary progressive MS). Being sick for years, I tried various treatment methods. Some of them did good, but the results were short-term and, generally speaking, there was no positive dynamics.  I lost faith in methods proposed by traditional medicine.  Now I’m a disabled person in a wheelchair. Having read in the web about the Klenner’s protocol, I decided to try. Furthermore, some testimonials seemed inspiring. I’ve been following the doctor Klenner’s protocol for a bit more than a year. I’d like to go on following it though I can’t say my health condition has improved greatly. But still there’re some ups such as blood circulation improvement. My feet got warmer. There’s positive effect with the toilet, I mean, the constipation problems have practically left and the urinary bladder works better. The motor function of my fingers has improved. But it’s not constant.

There’re still downs. One of them is setbacks. The healing process is unstable. Sometimes I panic because of setbacks. Later I feel glad while noticing some improvements. Generally, my health condition is unsteady but I don’t see other alternatives. A journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step!

Multiple Sclerosis Stories

Multiple Sclerosis Stories

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Multiple Sclerosis Stories – Susanne's Testimonial

In 2007 I felt for the first time really consciously, that my fingertips were numb and it did not go away. But I thought I have a nerv pinched or something of that sort . I mean I had symptoms much earlier then that. Looking back now, already in 2003 I had a real flare up with double pictures, dizziness, but it went away after a few days, so I was not too concerned. I travelled a lot professionally and so I was too busy to pay any attention to these early symptoms of MS. Then in 2010 after I had quite some dental work done , I was often very tired, it became hard at times to hold a plate and my right leg became lame and my ability to walk declined rapidly. After a lot of misdiagnosis I got an MRI and it was clear – I have MS. ( I spare you that part of the story. If you read this, you know this part, I am sure, you had similar experiences. ) It was quite a shock, but a relieve as well, because suddenly it made sense, where these symptomes came from. The mylinsheet around the nerves was damaged. My doctor, who is wonderful told me in all her years, she knows only one thing, which she has seen reverts MS – The megavitamin protocol, with injectable B1 and liver extract from the late Dr Klenner. I had quite some good experiences with vitamins in the past and after some research in the illness and the available treatments, it was clear to me : The only thing I would ever do for my body, to help him heal the damage, was this program. I started and received quite some unexpected help from a wonderful lady, who is doing the program, as well with wonderful results. I had to do more dentalwork right at the beginning, so I can not say I had an easy start, but now after I am on the program for almost a year, I can say with absolute certainty – my body is improving. My right wrist is painfree. Before it was very painful, after only a few minutes of typing on the computer, I was totally exhausted. I was not able to bend my right knee , now I can easily bend it . I have more energy to do basic housework and even I am working from home,I can work again. My walking is improving. It is not fixed yet, but I have certainty I will walk again normally. Healing is never fast. Specially the nerves. But to give the body the missing vitamins to heal the damages is wonderful and it feels great. I can just give you one advice – do not wait a minute longer. If you know you have MS. If the damage is not very advanced, it is easier to handle.

If you have questions, feel free to send me an e mail. dignus4@gmail.com

Susanne

Multiple Sclerosis Stories

Ava

My first experience with MS started when I was 7. I had intermittent blurry vision but no one knew what was causing it. As the years went by and the symptoms would show up I had many misdiagnoses, including Bell’s palsy, arthritis, pinched nerves, etc. Finally, at the age of 35, I went numb from the waist down and I was referred to a neurologist for the first time in my life. He knew it was MS right away, but we had to do all the tests, including MRIs, a spinal tap and a battery of blood tests. That confirmed the diagnosis. Finally I had the name of the disease I had been living with for so long.

I tried to recover from that episode of numbness with my usual handlings of diet, exercise, rest, my own selection of vitamins, but this one was the worst attack I’d ever had. After 4 months of working on it diligently, I still could not walk more than a block and spent almost the entire day eating, resting, sleeping and exercising so that I could be active for 2 or 3 hours a day. It was like being in prison – and my body was the prison.
I skipped the CRAB drugs for many reasons, but the most important reason was that they weren’t a cure and the medical community really has no idea if they prevent attacks or not (as how can you know about an attack that didn’t happen?). I did a lot of research on them and everyone I talked to about them had gotten worse while taking them.

As time went on, I was seeing that I had hit a plateau. I had recovered some sensation in my feet and my calves, but none in my thighs. I realized I needed something more. I did more research and finally found the Klenner program. I am not a person who just tries anything that someone recommends. I looked long and hard and very carefully at what I believe causes MS and what I think will handle it. And when I found Dr. Klenner’s paper and read it, I KNEW without a doubt that this doctor was on to something. I knew that this would work for me. I could hardly contain my excitement to tell my husband, who is highly scientific and was helping me research MS.
It took me 5 weeks to start the program from the day I first heard of it until I got my first injection. And that first injection was amazing. I felt so relaxed.
When I started Klenner, I couldn’t grocery shop by myself. My husband had to take us and I had to use the cart as a walker to get back out to the car. We had talked seriously about me getting a cane, but my husband didn’t want me to use one. He said I should just rest, because if I used a cane, I would push harder and get more damage. So, I was in bed almost all the time. My whole body felt congested (like a stuffy nose feels, except I felt it all over). If I did some cooking or some laundry, I couldn’t do much before my lower back became so extremely painful that I couldn’t stand. I still lacked any sensation in my thighs.
And now, after only 2 ½ months, I recovered sensation in my thighs that I hadn’t had in over 13 months. I recovered that wonderful pleasant sensation you feel when someone gives you a massage. I didn’t even know that level of sensation was missing, until I went for my usual weekly massage a few weeks into the Klenner program and my masseuse rubbed my feet and it felt heavenly. I hadn’t felt that in over a year! In fact, I forgot what it could feel like.
I have a lot more energy than I used to have. I can do the grocery shopping. I don’t have any pain left. In fact, now I know when I’m doing too much around the house because my feet don’t get warm. If my feet aren’t warm, then I know I need to rest a bit more. That is so much better than horrendous extreme back pain as a warning to sit down and stop doing too much.

I am not symptom free yet, but in just 10 weeks, I have made AMAZING progress.
Funny enough, Dale said that some people stop the treatment after 6 months because they don’t think they’re making progress, but then they slide back as soon as they stop. Well, I didn’t want to be one of those people. So I started keeping a daily record of my progress. You know, it’s easy to know that you’re below normal on your physical abilities (you can’t keep up with everyone else, you hurt, you’re numb, etc.). But it can be hard to see the tiny daily victories as you heal. I’m so glad I kept this record of my progress because I can look back now and see how far I’ve come. And I’m amazed, it’s easy to forget how bad you felt when you start having energy and feeling good again.

My worst days now are better than my best days when I started the program. If you have MS and you are considering this program, I wouldn’t wait another day. It takes time to heal. But the miraculous thing is that the body can heal – IF you give it the right building blocks and enough rest.
Thank you to Dr. Klenner for figuring this out. And a HUGE thanks to Dale and his daughter, Carrie, for carrying the torch so that the rest of us don’t have to suffer with this horrible disease.

C.W.

As I have not submitted to a spinal tap, I do not have absolute diagnosis that my condition is MS, but all arrows point to it. My daughter was positively diagnosed with it, which increases my chances of having it exponentially. A spinal tap laid my daughter up for 2-3 months; it would do the same to me, I’m certain.

When my daughter was positively diagnosed with MS, we talked at length about her symptoms and mine. I had some tests run; all arrows pointed to MS but without the spinal tap it’s still not 100%. But the symptoms are there; mainly the devastating weakness that I’ve had for years, that finally reduced to tiredness (plus numbness, occasional lack of balance, etc.).

The emotional stress hit me so hard after some problems I had, I could hardly think. It became very difficult to just get work done in our office (which is in our home). I was not getting better. Piles of work on my desk were getting higher; I could get some work done, but anything that required thinking was too hard for me.

Then my daughter introduced me to the Klenner Program. Since then I’ve told anybody who would listen about the Klenner Program.

With my very first B1 shot my body felt like it was getting what it had been starving for all its life. I felt such a sense of well being. To me, it is well worth the shot daily to get the benefits.
After 3 weeks on the Klenner Program I could begin to THINK again! After six weeks on it I was able to rearrange parts of the house. I find I am getting more and more done, the longer I’m on it; I’m getting my life back! At 58 I feel without the Klenner Program, my husband, would have to take care of me in another few years. I was getting to the point where I just couldn’t think very well. It felt like I worked all day yet I was getting so little done. (We work from home.)

After almost 4 months on the Klenner Program I had the ability to do my own shots. Before that I just couldn’t confront it, but my husband went out of town for 5 days and I could either eat up 1-2 hours of my day by going to my doctor’s office daily, plus the expense, or bite the bullet, and I was very pleased that I was able to do them myself. The first 3 were the hardest. After that it got easier, and after about 7 it really got easier. It still hurts less to get them in the rump, so my husband does them most days, but he’s a night owl and on days he’s sleeping very late, I just do my own. I inject into the stomach. It’s not as bad as it sounds. Again, it is still worth it to get the gains. I’d rather have a few sore spots than not be able to think and let’s face it, not really have much of a life left. This is giving me my life back!

Also, on the first day I did my own shot, I remember later feeling strong for a little while. Not just an absence of weakness or tiredness, but I felt STRONG. It was such a wonderful feeling! And I felt that again a couple of days later.
I still have to really make sure I don’t push myself when I’m tired; when tired I have to rest. But I am able to do more and more, and it’s very exciting to be getting my life back at the age of 58 instead of feeling it will be over in a few short years, and that my dear husband will wind up taking care of me, because at the rate I was going, I’m sure that in another couple of years or perhaps much sooner, that I would put something on the stove and then utterly forget about it. Such lack of memory is actually dangerous. But I don’t need to fear it now. I am recovering. I am so grateful for The Klenner Program! My daughter urged me to start it for months before i finally did. I was afraid of the shot and didn’t really understand that this program is exactly what I needed to get my health back! I’ve spent a LOT of money over a LOT of years on nutritionists, who all helped me to some degree, but nothing else compares to Klenner!

I’m so grateful to my daughter for continuing to tell me I should get onto it, until I finally took her advice. Man, what was I waiting for? But you know, when you can’t think straight, you need more guidance and help, and that’s just what she gave me. You are welcome to put my wins on the site. I hope this is helpful to others who are on the fence about whether to start it or not. It is so worth it. I have to compare really watching my life slowly end, or getting back my energy, my vitality, the ability to do more and more as the days and weeks go by, instead of less! The years longer that I will be able to enjoy my daughter and my grandchildren. My daughter told me that she was afraid that soon I wouldn’t recognize her; even I hadn’t realized I was that bad. The better I get, the more I realize just how bad off I was. At this point my future is very bright!

I am very grateful to Dr. Klenner, to Dale Humphreys and Carrie Dujela and to Homer and to all who are responsible for sharing this wonderful program. It is saving my life. How can I adequately thank you? I don’t think I can. So if my success helps others, then I am happy. I want others to get their lives back, too.

Gratefully,

C.W.

Sandra

MS begun in 1988, when I was in my third year in college. I would get this awful pain across my left foot toes, like a big knife was cutting. I got a cane the same week. After that I visited various doctors in Toronto until one said: “It’s multiple sclerosis”. I cried but I had no idea what it was.

I wanted to get pregnant and my gynaecologist said that there would be no problem. I had a wonderful pregnancy when I had lots of energy. Signs of MS came back when my baby was 15 months and I fell backwards while holding her. Next morning I called my doctor to refer me to a neuro. I was sent to have an MRI and soon after I was put in Copaxone. While on it my hand & head tremors increased. I started using a walker but still had falls. In 2000 I moved across town and started using a scooter since OT said my hands weren’t strong enough for a wheelchair outside. Anyway, I got one after falling on my face. Legs went to jelly and I lost total balance and leg strength. I had tremors in both hands and I had to move slowly, eat & chew slowly.

I stayed on Copaxone for 5 years before I chose to stop MS drug period and try to eat healthily, not to have alcohol or smoke. I figured I was better off without unknown drugs in my body.

I started the MS Protocol November 12th 2008. I started mega vitamins and B1 injections daily plus Liver Extract twice a week. I was willing to try something that’s feeding my body things I’ve heard of and can spell, unlike drugs with no guarantee that have caused me negative effects. I spread my oral vitamins throughout the day and never miss an injection. As to diet, I stick to protein with veggies and fruits, with the exception of occasional cheats of comfort foods and coffee.
I’ve had many positive happenings while on the protocol, so I’m sticking with it and I think I will go on for the rest of my life. I’m content to overcome MS with the help of the protocol. After 3 weeks I felt slight changes I couldn’t put my finger on, just knew something was different. While on the protocol I had a few noticeable changes, such as clarity to shop for outfits, which I haven’t felt like in 20 years. Even when my father died I was strong and didn’t fall apart.
Here is a more detailing list of my improvements:
I am able to stay up later
I have more energy and think of things I would like to do
I have patience for TV & computer more than an hour
Less choking on food or drink
Anxiety attacks are gone.
Bladder urgency isn’t as bad
My right hand tremors have somehow decreased
My printing is much better, more readable compared to “chicken scratch”
My sister says I’m shaking less
Sometimes tremors are calm and I can use my hands effectively
I have some sexual feeling

Yes, I would recommend Klenner’s protocol for sure!

I’m thinking of animating/illustrating a book on living with/through and looking back at MS.
I’m still a newbie but I do have a website I use as a Journal : http://www.freewebs.com/reikigurlsebMS begun in 1988, when I was in my third year in college. I would get this awful pain across my left foot toes, like a big knife was cutting. I got a cane the same week. After that I visited various doctors in Toronto until one said: “It’s multiple sclerosis”. I cried but I had no idea what it was.

I wanted to get pregnant and my gynaecologist said that there would be no problem. I had a wonderful pregnancy when I had lots of energy. Signs of MS came back when my baby was 15 months and I fell backwards while holding her. Next morning I called my doctor to refer me to a neuro. I was sent to have an MRI and soon after I was put in Copaxone. While on it my hand & head tremors increased. I started using a walker but still had falls. In 2000 I moved across town and started using a scooter since OT said my hands weren’t strong enough for a wheelchair outside. Anyway, I got one after falling on my face. Legs went to jelly and I lost total balance and leg strength. I had tremors in both hands and I had to move slowly, eat & chew slowly.

I stayed on Copaxone for 5 years before I chose to stop MS drug period and try to eat healthily, not to have alcohol or smoke. I figured I was better off without unknown drugs in my body.

I started the MS Protocol November 12th 2008. I started mega vitamins and B1 injections daily plus Liver Extract twice a week. I was willing to try something that’s feeding my body things I’ve heard of and can spell, unlike drugs with no guarantee that have caused me negative effects. I spread my oral vitamins throughout the day and never miss an injection. As to diet, I stick to protein with veggies and fruits, with the exception of occasional cheats of comfort foods and coffee.
I’ve had many positive happenings while on the protocol, so I’m sticking with it and I think I will go on for the rest of my life. I’m content to overcome MS with the help of the protocol. After 3 weeks I felt slight changes I couldn’t put my finger on, just knew something was different. While on the protocol I had a few noticeable changes, such as clarity to shop for outfits, which I haven’t felt like in 20 years. Even when my father died I was strong and didn’t fall apart.
Here is a more detailing list of my improvements:
I am able to stay up later
I have more energy and think of things I would like to do
I have patience for TV & computer more than an hour
Less choking on food or drink
Anxiety attacks are gone.
Bladder urgency isn’t as bad
My right hand tremors have somehow decreased
My printing is much better, more readable compared to “chicken scratch”
My sister says I’m shaking less
Sometimes tremors are calm and I can use my hands effectively
I have some sexual feeling

Yes, I would recommend Klenner’s protocol for sure!

I’m thinking of animating/illustrating a book on living with/through and looking back at MS.
I’m still a newbie but I do have a website I use as a Journal : http://www.freewebs.com/reikigurlseb

Η ΣΚΠ άρχισε το 1988, όταν ήμουν τριτοετής στο κολλέγιο. Είχα έναν απαίσιο πόνο στα δάχτυλα του αριστερού ποδιού, σαν να τα έκοβε κάθετα ένα μεγάλο μαχαίρι. Την ίδια εβδομάδα χρειάστηκα μπαστούνι. Επισκέφτηκα διάφορους γιατρούς στο Τορόντο, μέχρι που ένας γνωμάτευσε: «Είναι ΣΚΠ». Έκλαψα αλλά δεν είχα ιδέα τι ήταν.

Ήθελα να μείνω έγκυος και ο γυναικολόγος μου μού είπε πως δε θα είχα πρόβλημα. Είχα θαυμάσια εγκυμοσύνη, κατά τη διάρκεια της οποίας είχα πολλή ενέργεια. Συμπτώματα ΣΚΠ ξαναεμφανίστηκαν όταν το μωρό μου ήταν 15 μηνών και έπεσα προς τα πίσω ενώ την κρατούσα στην αγκαλιά μου. Το επόμενο πρωί κάλεσα το γιατρό μου για να μου συστήσει νευρολόγο. Με έστειλαν για Μαγνητική Τομογραφία και αμέσως μου σύστησαν Copaxone. Όσο το χρησιμοποιούσα, το τρέμουλο στο κεφάλι και στα χέρια μου αυξήθηκε. Άρχισα να χρησιμοποιώ περπατούρα, αλλά ακόμη έπεφτα. Το 2000 μετακόμισα και άρχισα να χρησιμοποιώ μηχανάκι, γιατί οι γιατροί μου μού είπαν πως τα χέρια μου δεν ήταν αρκετά δυνατά για να χρησιμοποιώ κυλιόμενη πολυθρόνα έξω. Τελικά πήρα μία, αφού έπεσα μπροστά και χτύπησα το πρόσωπό μου. Τα πόδια μου ήταν σαν ζελέ και είχα χάσει όλη μου τη δύναμη και την ισορροπία. Και τα δυο μου χέρια έτρεμαν και έπρεπε να κινούμαι αργά, να τρώω και να καταπίνω αργά.

Χρησιμοποίησα το Copaxone για 5 χρόνια και μετά επέλεξα να σταματήσω τα φάρμακα και να προσπαθήσω να τρώω υγιεινά, να μην πίνω αλκοόλ και να μην καπνίζω. Σκέφτηκα ότι θα ήμουν καλύτερα χωρίς άγνωστα φάρμακα στον οργανισμό μου.
Άρχισα το πρωτόκολλο για τη ΣΚΠ στις 12 Νοεμβρίου 2008. Παίρνω μεγάλες δόσεις βιταμινών και ενέσεις Β1 καθημερινά με επιπλέον Εκχύλισμα Συκωτιού δυο φορές την εβδομάδα. Ήμουν πρόθυμη να δοκιμάσω κάτι που τρέφει τον οργανισμό μου με πράγματα που τα έχω ακούσει και μπορώ να τα προφέρω, αντίθετα με τα φάρμακα που είναι χωρίς εγγύηση και μου είχαν προκαλέσει άσχημες παρενέργειες. Διανέμω τις βιταμίνες μου μέσα στη μέρα και δεν ξεχνώ ποτέ την καθημερινή μου ένεση. Η δίαιτά μου βασίζεται στις πρωτεΐνες με λαχανικά και φρούτα, αν και καμιά φορά «κλέβω» κάποια λιχουδιά ή καφέ.
Είχα πολλά θετικά φαινόμενα όσο ακολουθώ το πρωτόκολλο, έτσι παραμένω σ’ αυτό και νομίζω πως θα το συνεχίσω για το υπόλοιπο της ζωής μου. Είμαι ευτυχής που ξεπερνώ τη ΣΚΠ με τη βοήθεια του πρωτοκόλλου. Μετά από 3 εβδομάδες αισθάνθηκα ελαφρές αλλαγές που δεν μπορούσα να είμαι σίγουρη, απλώς ήξερα πως κάτι άλλαζε. Όσο εφαρμόζω το πρωτόκολλο είδα κάποιες αξιοσημείωτες αλλαγές, όπως η διαύγεια να ψωνίσω ρούχα, πράγμα που δεν είχα μπορέσει να κάνω επί 20 χρόνια. Ακόμα κι όταν πέθανε ο πατέρας μου, ήμουν δυνατή και δεν διαλύθηκα.
Ακολουθεί μια πιο λεπτομερής απαρίθμηση των βελτιώσεών μου:
Μπορώ να παραμείνω ξύπνια περισσότερο.
Έχω περισσότερη ενέργεια και σκέφτομαι πράγματα που θα μου άρεσε να κάνω.
Έχω υπομονή στην τηλεόραση και στον υπολογιστή περισσότερο από μια ώρα.
Είμαι πιο εγκρατής στο φαγητό και στο ποτό.
Δεν έχω πλέον κρίσεις πανικού.
Δεν επείγομαι τόσο να ουρήσω.
Μειώθηκαν κάπως οι τρεμούλες στο δεξί μου χέρι.
Γράφω πολύ καλύτερα και πιο ευανάγνωστα σε σύγκριση με τα «ορνιθοσκαλίσματα» που έκανα πριν.
Η αδελφή μου λέει ότι τρέμω λιγότερο.
Μερικές φορές οι τρεμούλες ηρεμούν και μπορώ να χρησιμοποιήσω τα χέρια μου αποτελεσματικά.
Έχω κάποια σεξουαλική αίσθηση.

Ναι, σίγουρα θα συνιστούσα το πρωτόκολλο του Klenner!

Σκέφτομαι να γράψω και να εικονογραφήσω ένα βιβλίο για τη ζωή με ΣΚΠ και πώς ξεπερνιέται.
Είμαι ακόμα καινούργια αλλά έχω ιστοσελίδα που χρησιμοποιώ ως ημερολόγιο: http://www.freewebs.com/reikigurlseb

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