from other people, who have also been diagnosed with Multiple
Sclerosis, can often be invaluable with helping us to find better
relief to our MS symptoms, because they themselves are also dealing
with many of the same or similar MS symptoms as we are experiencing
A MS tip was recently
passed on to me from someone with Multiple Sclerosis that may help
those of you that are using one of the injectable drugs, which are
often prescribed for helping to reduce MS symptoms.
We have asked her permission, for us to be able to pass this
information on to those of you, who are also currently using one of the
injectable drugs to help to manage your Multiple Sclerosis symptoms, in
the hopes that it may help those of you, who may also be battling with
similar experiences yourself. This is
what she has found that has helped to reduce the ms pain, ms fatigue or
th ms brain fog, that often occurs within an hour or so after she takes
her Avonex injection.
Six months ago, Rhelda started eating 2 large baked beets (seasoned any
which way that you like with olive oil/water) 4-6 hours after injecting
her Avonex (once per week) and yes this will turn your urine and stool
red, but don't panic, it's normal.
She reports that after 2 months of doing this that she noticed that she
had more energy, stopped taking naps, the pain was gone during the week
(from the injection at the injection site) and the Avonex flu-like
symptoms were cut in half and not as severe.
On top of this, the brain fog wasn't as bad and she started to notice
that she stopped dropping things, like she had been doing.
If you have any other questions for her, Rhelda gave me permission to
provide you with her email address. If you would like to contact
Rhelda, you can email her at email@example.com
I hope this MS tip helps you to find relief to the ms pain, ms fatigue or ms brain fog
or other symptoms that can accompany after the use of the injectable
drugs that are often prescribed for use with Multiple Sclerosis for
attempting to reduce MS symptoms.
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