With MS - we all seem to need lots of B Vitamins. Especially, B12. Just google vitamin b 12 deficiency MS and do the same with vitamin d3 deficiency MS. l read all l can about these vits and minerals.
l had my vitd3 levels checked by CityAssaysLab B/ham. lt is a very comprehensive postal service - just a pin-prick blood spot test - they email you the results. ldeally, are levels should be 150/225 nmols.0121-507-4278 £28, Mine were 8 when l was first tested. l have taken a high dose vitd3 for about 8yrs. Started at 20.000ius for nearly two years - now on 10.000ius daily. Still my level is only 98nmols. AND l spend a lot of time outdoors - hoping to soak up the natural d3.
l take B12 - 5000mcg methylcobalamin daily. Little tablets that dissolve in the mouth. Supposed to get into the bloodstream quicker.
And l take B1 and B7. Thiamine and Biotin. With the B Vits - no worry about overdosing as you just pee out what is not absorbed.
They are water-soluble.
LDN is another l take - Look up all you can on it. lt is no cure - but certainly makes you feel more positive and in charge of your life as it boost your endorphins.
Yet to meet a neuro who knows anything about MS - sad l know - but that’s the way it is - and l have had SPMS for 30+yrs. And in that time have tried many prescribed meds to help with symptoms - and they all made me feel worse - and l did give them all a good chance.