Tag Archives: MS

Winter coat for the tall and skinny one

My son is brushing up against the 2m mark and there’s not a gram of excess fat to be found (lucky boy, give your mama some of that, eh?) and he hates roomy clothes. So, to get sleeves that are … Continue reading

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My experience with FMT and the Taymount Clinic

We arrived in Hitchin one Sunday afternoon, and was picked up at the train station by our lovely AirBnB host. Monday at 2pm I had my first treatment. First day started with a colonic where not much was released, but … Continue reading

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Sketching challenge

Yesterday I was listening to an interview with Caroline Myss on YouTube, and when I listen to webinars/interviews/some such thing, I need something mindless to occupy me to keep my body from fidgeting. I’ve been knitting a lot while listening, … Continue reading

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LDN

In November I started LDN, or Low Dose Naltrexone. It’s an opiate antagonist, it blocks the cells’ opiate receptors, and is used in very low doses to treat auto immune diseases like MS, which is my reason for taking it. … Continue reading

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MS and gluten is a crap combination

At least it is for me. A month ago I started eating gluten, after having been without for six years, to trigger a reaction that could be measured by blood test. Almost immeadiately I sensed changes in my body. The … Continue reading

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New doctor, new journey

13. July I went for my first appointment with a holistic GP at the Balder clinic. In their own words, the premier clinic in Europe for functional medicine. And I have to say this – they have a very different approach, compared to … Continue reading

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Back again

Hopefully I will manage to stay here this time. It is rather fascinating how fast time flies. This spring it is six years since I first heard about Paolo Zamboni and CCSVI (chronic cerebro-spinal venous insufficiency). I had really hoped … Continue reading

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