I'm 33 and I Contracted herpse type 1 and 2 (type 1 is month and 2 is Genital) herpse about a year and a half ago from my boyfriend. He didn't know he had it do to never having an out brake. I have had Thrombophilia almost my whole life and take a Low dose aspirin to Manage it. Now after being sick for years and not knowing what was wrong with me the. Doctors Finally diagnosed me with ms. Having the herpse I have been following the diet plan for that. Now knowning I have ms the two diets r Conflicting. Also fish is not good for me do to Vitamin K.
Ugh I need help. If anyone out there has the same Problem that I do ur help would be a Greatly welcomed !!
I wish I could not have to Follow any of these diet plans. But Unfortunately my frist year of having the herpes almost put me in the Hospital it was one out break after another. I had to stop eating everything I loved nuts, oats, Chocolate Etc. after much Medication and a diet plan. It's Finally gotten Under control. One of the main things on the diet to get the Lysine from food that I needed is dairy.
Now dairy is like Arch enemy number one on the ms diet plan. I wouldn't follow the diet if my ms Symptoms wasn't starting to get out of hand and starting to take away from my Quality of life. But the thing I am worried about is having an out brake or my ms Continuing to worsen. Thanks for getting back to me and I really hope someone does too. JenniferView Thread
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