Some amazing things have happened recently. I wanted to share.
Looking back to last year, in those first couple of weeks after being diagnosed with MS, the doctors told me--very gingerly-- that they would not be able to reverse the damage to my brain with the medicine that they wanted to put me on.
This medicine they were recommending would/ should stop future attacks, and that's the most they were hoping for.
They didn't mention the ability to reverse brain damage.
Thank all that is amazing that people directed me to Dr. Terry Wahls, an MD who had reversed her MS--from being in a wheelchair back to walking.
That was my inspiration. My awareness opened, and I had an entirely new perspective on this disease that had seemed so scary, impenetrable and "incurable."
I am so grateful that I came into this diagnosis with the awareness that it COULD be reversed. Because it can. But this concept is still somewhat revolutionary to some (like the multiple doctors I met with).