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Hi Beth! Lori told me about your blog today. I’m a runner and mother of 2 as well. Can’t wait to follow you on your journey thru this blog.
Hi Cindy. Nice to “meet” you. Sounds like we have some things in common. Thanks for following my blog!
It is important that you become aware of CCSVI. Decades ago, it was believed by one Dr that MS was a vascular disease but he was dismissed. Recently, an Italian Dr found that the majority of people with MS have vein problems and once the veins are opened, many MS patients have great improvements. In fact, some in wheelchairs have walked again.
It is NOT a cure. But if you do research online, you can watch things like video’s on youtube that show before and after. A good place to do some research is https://www.facebook.com/pages/CCSVI-in-Multiple-Sclerosis/110796282297?ref=ts Contact this facebook page’s ‘owner’. Her husband have the procedure done and is much improved.
You could easily go get this treatment done within weeks and possibly never experience another MS symptom again.
Just a quick message to ask if you would be interested in a ‘mutual’ following on twitter. I am currently following you now and am awaiting for your follow-back. (#FYI I do RT’s ‘anytime’ for all #Triathletes #Cyclists #UltraRunners #Marathoners #FitnessProfessionals who follow me on Twitter and have something important they want mentioned for support…)
All the very best to you & your family for 2013 & beyond Beth. Look forward to hearing from you…
You are such an inspiration to many! I am thankful that you are safe in Boston.
Very happy to connect with you and follow your journey as our Klean Athlete ambassador!
Just a quick Thank You to you for posting your race reports and blogging what you have been through the past couple of years. September 2013 I moved to Albuquerque from San Diego, Ca. Getting adjusted to altitude is enough of a challenge yet alone trying to figure out a race schedule and identifying where to do my first marathon. Your race reports are great and give me a lot of insight on races here. May you continued to be blessed with health and stay injury free.
You are such an inspiration. I was diagnosed with MS just over a year ago. I hadn’t been very athletic since high school but decided to take all my frustrations and emotions with MS and channel them to helping find a cure. I did Muckfest MS last June and will once again this June. I am also my company’s team captain for Bike MS City to Shore which I will ride 80 miles in September. I’m also training for my very first sprint triathlon in July, something I never imagined doing but I figure if I’m already running and biking, I might as well swim. Your faith is an even great inspiration and I now think I will frame that James verse. Do you have any tips or resources for training with MS. I too loose feeling and get the tingles, especially when exercising. When I’m done I usually can’t feel from my knees down. Any help would be amazing!
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