Facebook – Michael Cawley
The doses of Vitamin D3 for my MS patients during pregnancy ranges from 44,000 iu - 70,000 iu per day.
All mothers delivered healthy babies and labor was free of complications i.e no pre eclampsia. no birth defects, no autism etc.
Although MS relapses are very common in the 6 months after pregnancy , not one patient using "Personalized Vitamin D3" suffered a relapse.
- For almost century it has been known that the enviroment during pregnancy programs the child as to what to expect.
- I am concerned that high dose vitamin D during pregnancy might program the child;s genes for a high-D environment.
- If so, the high-dose child would need higher doses of vitamin D than other children.
- That would be OK.
Personalized Vitamin D treatment of Multiple Sclerosis - Michael Cawley
Vitamin D has treated Multiple Sclerosis and autoimmune diseases for 16 years – Coimbra April 2018
Includes 10,000 IU during pregnancy
|Raise head||22 days||90 days|
|Start to speak||2.5 months||12 months|
|Count to 20||18 months||24 months|
|Learn foreign language||36 months||??|
Video shows infant raising head @ 22 days old
Items in both categories Multiple Sclerosis and Pregnancy are listed here:
- Multiple Sclerosis 40 percent more likely if mother had low vitamin D – meta-analysis Jan 2020
- High-dose Vitamin D for Multiple Sclerosis is OK while pregnant – Sept 2019
- Extended breastfeeding cut in half the risk of Multiple Sclerosis – July 2017
- Multiple Sclerosis risk reduced 30 percent by each additional 10 ng of vitamin D at birth (1500 Danes) – Jan 2017
- A gestational dose of vitamin D per day keeps the MS doctor away (2X reduction) – Nov 2016
- Multiple Sclerosis 2X more likely if vitamin D deficient as a fetus decades earlier – May 2016
- No multiple sclerosis relapses during pregnancy if 50,000 IU of Vitamin D weekly – RCT April 2015
- Season of birth associated with pneumonia (10 pcnt) and multiple sclerosis (30 pcnt) – May 2013
- Multiple Sclerosis more likely if mother had less than 25 ng of vitamin D – Nov 2012
- Multiple Sclerosis 23 percent more likely if born in April vs. Oct – meta-analysis Nov 2012
- High vitamin D in moms decreased MS incidence in daughters by 40% – July 2011