Hi Suzanne

December 2, 2007 at 3:51 pm

My heart goes out to you! I’ve been baffling dr.s since my condition began in March 07.

I have a good friend with MS who says my symptoms sound too familiar. She has had MS for 10 years now and you can’t even tell. She treats hers with dietary changes. She got me hooked on the diet when dr.s weren’t helping me…..sure enough, my autoimmune condition has improved remarkably. Yes, I still have relapses, but I also have “normal days” too!

It is called the Swank Diet. You might want to do some research on this alternative treatment for your condition.

I can sympathize with you as I have 3 daughters (8,6,4) and I am only 31 myself. I have times where I am not a participating member of the family, but then days I make up for that, and they all understand ๐Ÿ™‚

You are in my thoughts. Please keep us posted on your health ๐Ÿ™‚


Hi Suzanne

June 9, 2007 at 1:32 pm

I too am on baclofan. I take it at bedtime to stop all the spascity
at night and it is wonderful. I take it at bedtime but it keeps me awake
so I also take 5 mg of ambien. I sleep so well for the first time since
GBS back in ’96.

My question is, how was the parathesis before the baclofan and is that

I find my activity level, even now, determines how much tingling that
I have to deal with. And then there are those days that it just happens!!!

I feel so blest to have found this drug. Good luck to you.

Blessings Maureen Boz