Last reply 4 months ago

@melmel1, i have had 2 episodes of opic nueritis, the first one led to my diagnosis is ms. It lasted for months. I thought i would have to get used to it. Then for whatever reason, my vision returned. I did start noticing that anger and overloading on carbs effected my sight. So i had to learn to walk away from people who irritated me and to think different about situations. I also learned to eT less sugar and carbs and go for anti inflammatory foods, the second round with O.N. was going on the second month when i happened to start back up with my Chiropractor. Now i see him regularly and have not had a bad episode since then. I do have periods where i see more shade of yellow with my left eye and shades of blue with the right, or i cant look at documents printed on white paper. But no. Loss of vision. You asked about my ms journey, and i have to say i feel rather fortunate. So far i keep rebounding and moving forward. I know things are coming, but today, i am good.

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4 months ago

@jreberg74gmail. Thank you for your reply I agree with what u said about walking away frm people that irritate you, ive learned to do that i used to get stressed easily and have learned to be calmer ive been tryimg to avoid hot baths but my diets been horrendous since been diagnksed really want to try the oms diet, ill defo try and have massages and see a chiropraactor are you on medication? Thank u for ur reply x

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