MS Treatment Success
Dixie was diagnosed with MS. She was very ill when she first came to the West Clinic 4 years ago. Her medical option was to have prescription injections for MS, which she did not want to do. With the help of treatments at the West Clinic she still has never had to resort to the injections.
Dixie started Vitamin Infusions, Neural Therapy Injections, and a Supplement program for MS. After giving the treatments time to work, she is now much more active and doing really well.
As multiple sclerosis (MS) attacks the nerves, it can lead to a variety of symptoms. Their severity can vary from person to person. Not everyone with MS will have the symptoms listed below. You may also have some symptoms that are not mentioned here.
Remember that having one or more of these symptoms does not mean you have MS. Only a doctor can diagnose MS, so be sure to discuss your symptoms with a healthcare professional.
People with MS may become more easily worn out after physical activity than usual. There is also a type of fatigue called “lassitude” or “MS fatigue” that many believe to be unique to people with MS, which is generally more severe than normal fatigue.
Numbness or tingling
It’s common for someone with MS to have sensory changes. These can include numbness, tingling, itching, burning, or even feeling cold in the face, body, or extremities.
Many people with MS may experience vision problems. These can include blurred vision, loss of normal color vision, blindness in one eye, a dark spot in the field of vision, double vision, and uncontrolled eye movements (or “jumping vision”). Some of these symptoms may occur when MS attacks the nerve connecting your eye to your brain.
Memory or focus problems
MS may affect the ability to remember things. It may also make it more difficult to think and focus.
People with MS may also have mood disorders, such as depression.
Balance and coordination issues
People with MS frequently have balance and coordination issues, which can be a result of damage to nerves that control the movement of muscles.
Some people with MS may experience tightness or tension in their muscles.
Bowel and bladder control issues
Many people with MS develop issues with controlling the urge to urinate, or experience frequent nighttime urination. They may also have trouble with constipation or controlling their bowel movements.
The nerve damage caused by MS can lead to issues with sexual function.
Many people with MS experience a temporary worsening of MS symptoms when exposed to heat or dealing with a fever.
At any point in your treatment, it’s always helpful to communicate with your doctor about your symptoms.
Natural Treatments are given for MS at the West Clinic
We have a history of success of treating MS. Please see more testimonials contact us for details at www.westcliniconline.com or call 208-232-3216