Hi,I’m new to this forum, I was diagnosed with Ms in Sept 2019 after suffering symptoms since 2011, after my relapse where my eyes went, the doctors wanted me to go on the drugs, I have suffered with migrains daily, lost my legs and could not walk for months, vertigo and vomiting, terrible fatigue, head fog, double vision, weak arms and legs, out of breath, most of this daily, so I was needing to sort this out, as I have 2 kids to look after. I don’t like taking drugs even when I’m ill, I allways think what does my body need or has done to cause this. So I took this approach to Ms and started researching all about what is actually happening and what’s going on. Cutting a lot of research down, cause is your cells going wrong from things you eat, getting all confused and going back out out through your colon, and attacking it’s self.so I started a gluten and dairy free diet in January and within a week I felt as though I don’t have ms, I could not believe the transformation in me. Since I have been everyone so often having a little treat like cheese & biscuits and boom! I’m back feeling ill again, so I don’t touch the stuff, I don’t drink and eat lots of veg and fuit, vit D fish oils, v formula, and yoga. I’m not saying to Suddenly stop taking what your doing as each person is very different but it’s surely worth checking out , it could change your life. I read and article in the Alex that my dad cut out for me, that gave me hope, it was a professor who had ms and was in a wheelchair and had been for yrs, after taking on this diet and change of life after a yr he was bounding down the stairs 2 at a time, and was in remission. You will have to most likely pursue this yourself as the nhs don’t make money out of you not taking drugs, if your interested in giving it a go, find a good herbalist and open minded doctor to tell them of your plans , especially if you are already along way into the drugs. If you have recently been diagnosed and have not taken that road yet , then I would recommend you try this first. Thanks for listing good luck.