Dickson Chemists based in Glasgow, Scotland have been dispensing large numbers of Aimspro prescriptions. They have special transport containers for Aimspro.
I last investigated this product in 2006, so I have no idea if this is still relevant. As far as I can tell Daval are still marketing Aimspro.
A good diet is essential for everybody not just for those with a health condition. Prevention is always better than cure. Adopt a healthy diet now.
The Wahls Protocol has transformed my MS prognosis. I hasn’t cured it; it can’t cure it,
OR maybe it can.
Eradicate the symptoms and you have eradicated the disease.
Trimethoprim is a bacteriostatic antibiotic used mainly in the prevention and treatment of urinary tract infections.
A casualty of MS and the frequent need to self-catheterise to empty a stubborn bladder.
Tolterodine Tartrate blocks muscarinic receptors in the muscles of the bladder wall. Relaxing the bladder muscles making the bladder more stable.
Reducing the muscle spasms help overcome urinary urgency.
Oxybutynin works by easing bladder muscle spasm that can lead to frequent micturition. This is another term for urinary urgency or incontinence.
Tena Lady proves invaluable even if you aren’t a lady.
An antibiotic aimed at treating urinary tract infection; Ciprofloxacin has been used by this patient with mixed results.
In pain from a suspected UTI one suffers in relative silence provided you think the medication is bring beneficial.
Most often associated with wrinkle removal, Botox may seem to be a surprising candidate for treating bladder problems.
Urologists inject Botox into numerous sites in the bladder. The toxin works by inactivating proteins involved in neurotransmitter release from nerve terminals.
A cannabis based drug developed by GW Pharmaceuticals; Sativex is a treatment for pain in Multiple Sclerosis.
Originally approved in Canada, Sativex is now licensed in the UK
Kallawalla or Rapuani are food supplements based on extracts from the Honduran fern: polypodium leucotomos.
Kalawalla and Rapuani are food supplements, they are not intended or recommended as treatments for any condition including Multiple Sclerosis.
Herbal Treatments for MS have many proponents and can, under the correct circumstances, be very effective.
Padma 28, Ginko Biloba and green tea have many alleged health benefits including aiding the reduction of MS symptoms.
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