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Report from a lady with ms who has used IBT for 2 months

Newfie-Girl
Posted on thisisms forum: Sun Apr 04, 2010 12:39 am    Post subject: 2 month update Hi Andrew, first of all, thank you, so very much for all your hard work and dedication to IBT. I am in my 9th week now and have my bed inclined to 5.5 in.

The results have been amazing:
The 1st couple of nights, I felt tingling ( a good tingling)of life coming back to my legs and hands. It was as if my body had been awoken after 10 years of sleep!
Dreaming has returned nightly, but I still don't remember a whole lot in the morning(must be an age thing Sad )
Less trips or no trips to the bathroom, this was something I noticed immediately, the first couple of nights.
Circulation is so much better, both hands and feet are toasty warm, compared to ice cold before.
I'm saving the best for last:

I have been in a wheelchair for 4 years now, and for the first time in 4 years, I can lift up my foot about 3 inches off the floor, a major accomplishment for me. I can even take a few steps unattended or holding on to something. I occasionaly use a walker and the strength in my left leg ( i suffer from dropfoot in that legs)is so much better. My family and friends are astounded by the difference in my gait, they say, I am standing straighter and stronger. I love my IB and will continue to follow this therapy forever. I would suggest to all MSers out there who are skeptical to get inclined,ASAP.

Sorry for such a long post but I could go on forever.Thank you, Thank you,Thank you, you are my hero!

Newfie-Girl
Posted Date : 08-04-2015

Tracy From Facebook Wrote the following today after trying I.B.T. for just 18 days

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Tracy Reiter Soom 23 April at 04:34
I am sorry to be so presumptuous to email you on FB, but I wanted to tell you IBT is amazing. I am 35 and have had(known) MS for 8 1/2 years. I have been through every interferon, Tysabri, etc.. I was elated to learn about CCSVI - which came just in time - I was in the process of picking one of 3 dangerous medications. I am anti-pharmaceutical company to begin with but the theory behind CCSVI made too much sense to listen to my neurologist, so I had a friend cut blocks of wood for me and now sleep inclined nightly. It has been 2 1/2 weeks and there is a marked difference already. (I am on the waiting list at Ameds Centrum in Poland, but have not had the surgery yet). I no longer wake up dizzy everyday. No more pounding headache. Spactisity and Foot Drop are back to the way they were before my last relapse (only when I am tired). Even if I don't get Liberation Therapy, IBT is working. THANK YOU! YOU'RE A GENIOUS!Tracy
Tracy Reiter Soom
Posted Date : 08-04-2015

26 years post MS diagnosis Name omitted.

Dear Mr Fletcher, thank you so much for raising my bed. I was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis twenty six years ago and have been paralysed many times.

Before raising my bed (April 96)

1. I had muscle spasm in my legs, especially in the morning and at night.
2. I had problems walking with weakness in my right leg. I was shaky and needed a stick.
3. I had a muscle weakness in my left eye.
4. I had a painful lump on my calf muscle which was growing, an orthopaedic condition (osteochondrmatosis which results in oedema). I had difficulty with my ankle and on-going physiotherapy was essential.
5. I was suffering weight loss.
6. I had asthma and used inhalers.
7. I had bad sinusitis and needed physiotherapy and inhalers.

Since raising my bed

1. I no longer get muscle spasm in my legs.
2. My walking is much improved. I do not use my stick anymore.
3. The eye weakness is much improved. It only ‘wanders’ when I am very tired.
4. The lump has shrunk to a small flat area; there is no pain, just a feeling of slight pressure. Physiotherapy is no longer required.
5. My weight has increased by over half a stone
6. The asthma is much improved-the inhaler was only needed a couple of times this summer for high pollen count level.
7. My sinusitis is much improved and less painful. Physiotherapy is no longer needed and I only occasionally use an inhaler.

I do not have the exhaustion, I feel more energetic and less tired. My ms is more stable; one day is more like the next and not so erratic. Raising my bed has brought positive results and continues to do so. I feel stronger as the months go by.

Further letter:

I forgot to mention the following information in my letter, concerning my improvement since raising my bed.
My balance has improved, I have had no relapses and my hair is in better condition and there is more of it!!.

My bladder control is much better, particularly at night. This is a real bonus!

Other people including nurses. Medics and friends, have remarked how much better I am.
They are amazed that my MS stayed stable when a painful operation without any anaesthetic (at my own request) to help keep my ms stable.
Everyone I amazed at the absence of my stick.

Best wishes (name omitted)

Annonymous


Posted Date : 08-04-2015