What type of Medicine are you taking for your Multiple Sclerosis?

My brother who is now 24 yrs old has Multiple Sclerosis (MS). He went from jogging 2-3 times and week, playing basketball everyday to barely holding his self up. He can’t walk more than 5 feet without leaning on someone or something. This kills me! He had minor symptoms of MS in the beginning but as soon as he started taking his medicine, it got a lot worst I believe.

I just wanted to ask what medicine do you MS patients have? My brother said Mitt Romney’s wife has it and hers have went into remission after she started taking “eastern” medication. I don’t know if that’s true or not. If someone that has MS can tell me what type of medicine there doctor has them using and after what time period did they start seeing results? Please ONLY MS patients need reply

If you have a story on how you overcame it or how a treatment effected your MS in a good way, please share your story. Your reply would be appreciated! Thanks!

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5 Responses to “What type of Medicine are you taking for your Multiple Sclerosis?”

  1. Starlet said:

    There is no specific treatment. Corticosteriod drugs may hasten recovery from an attack. Physiotherapy, drugs to relieve muscle spasm, & walking aids help to maintain mobility.

  2. pcheesewhiz said:

    After I was diagnosed with MS, I took Copaxone.
    My symptoms changed every four or five months while
    I was on it and I had no energy. Then I started taking Low Dose Naltrexone(LDN) and I got my life back. I am now able to work a part time job and work out at the gym two to three times a week. You can read all about this drug on ldn.org. I certainly hope your brother’s condition improves. My heart goes out to you. Please give your brother my best wishes.

  3. jak7ham9 said:

    Greetings! I tried copaxone and avonex they made me feel like death. I have been on LDN (low dose naltrexone for 31/2 months and I like it much better http://www.lowdoesnaltrexone.org and I also take the klenner protocol (thiamin B1 and le b12 injections daily) the ldn stops you from progressing the klenner repairs the damaged nerves and you can recover. I have tried it all trust me these work the rest are horrible and expensive. Barbara

  4. greeninmissouri said:

    Hi Emeka,
    rather than go into a long message here about all of this i will be glad to talk with you and answer any questions you have and help if I can just email me at [email protected] I also own a totally free chat room where people with all kinds of diseases come to talk and help each other and we would love to have you and your brother join us, my wife has had MS for 16 years now and been through tons of different medications, I have seen ms do all sorts of things, go into remission and now it has her in the hospital for the last 3 months worse than she has ever been since she got this disease, so come and talk with me and the others, we look forward to hearing from you, just email me and i will get the link to you right away.

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