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Hi everyone.
I got diagnosed in April 2017 after having weakness in my left leg, along with what I thought where other unrelated symptoms. I've been told by my neurologist that from my lesions i have had this for over fifteen years.. I haven't regained the strength in my leg and haven't worked for seven months. I am willing to try anything that will get me back to normal. Any tips on getting started on the oms program.
Thanks
Paul.
Step 1: Get the book. It might be free:
https://overcomingms.org/recovery-progr ... osis-book/

Step 2: Change your diet (https://overcomingms.org/recovery-progr ... ot-to-eat/) and learn new recipes (https://overcomingms.org/recovery-program/oms-cookbook/ viewforum.php?f=3
https://www.facebook.com/OMS.what.we.eat/ https://thealmostveganaussie.com/)

Step 3: Exercise (https://overcomingms.org/recovery-program/exercise/)

Step 4: Meditate (https://overcomingms.org/recovery-program/meditation/)

Step 5: Consider your medication options (speak to neuro first and then ask questions here)

Step 6: Stay positive. It's not as bad as most people think if you follow OMS.
OMS since 17/08/2015
Diagnosis 28/05/2015 - 22/09/2015
Thanks for that diggity. I have ordered the books, and am 100% up for it.
Exactly what dignity said.
Also I’d get a vitamin D test done.
And when the results come in they may say results are normal.
However normal is not good enough for those of us with m.s.
Ask for the result in its number form.
Look up old posts about vitamin D here and you will learn a lot.
You may need a mega dose to get into the high range.

I swear keeping my level high has prevented a lot of attacks.
As for repair to your damaged nerves, OMS will help, also lucky for us there has been a breakthrough in nerve repair recently.
Human trials have started and are getting good results. It’s done by taking a certain type of antihistamine in a higher dose.

George posted in here and he is optimistic.

https://overcomingms.org/first-drug-sho ... elination/

There is hope.
Thank you so much blueberry. I have already asked for the results of my blood test regarding vit d. How do you take a mega dose?

The results for the antihistamine look really good. Thank god I have found this website, I have been running around like a headless chicken ( not literally, not with the leg and all that ) but at last, for the first time since diagnoses there is HOPE.
Hi Paul.

Welcome to OMS! You are definitely in the right place to take control of your condition.

You talk about 'getting back to normal '. It is important to remember that OMS is not a 'quick fix', so don't be disheartened if results don't come immediately. It has been quoted that stability on the programme can take 3-5 years. You have to be in it for the long haul!

I began OMS shortly after a relapse which affected my mobility. 5 years on, I still have to use crutches, but my relapses have become much less severe and many other symptoms have disappeared.

I am forever grateful that I found this programme. Good luck on your journey!

Rachel
Thank you Rachel.

I know there is not going to be any Quick fixes. To be honest, I am just glad to found some hope.

Hope you keep well.
Paul.
Blueberry wrote: Also I’d get a vitamin D test done.


I knew I'd forget something :cry: . Thanks Blueberry, this is ESSENTIAL.
OMS since 17/08/2015
Diagnosis 28/05/2015 - 22/09/2015
Hi there,
fantastic read! For inspiration.
http://www.stuff.co.nz/life-style/well- ... kes-me-sad
Rose
Thank you rose, it can be very easy at times to lose hope, really glad I found this program and forum.
Paul.
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