April 6, 2020

English: Wesley Princesval's post in the FB group Protocolo Coimbra - Brasil. Wesley was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis 9 years ago, and has been following the Coimbra Protocol for 7 years:"The sun rises for everyone, isn't it?! 7 years of protocol: disease off, no relapses, living a full life ... Holidays, beach, SUN all day (with the necessary precautions) and no fatigue! Oh, lots of precaution and WATER in the body, my people! 💪😎Ps. Yeah, I'm happy! 😜”#coimbraprotocol #vitamind #multiplesclerosis

Portugues: Post de Wesley Princesval no grupo Protocolo Coimbra - Brasil. Wesley foi diagnosticado com esclerose múltipla ha 9 anos, e ha 7 anos segue o Protocolo Coimbra:

"O sol nasce para todos, não é Ademar PJ?! Partind...

April 6, 2020

Post by Rosângela Monroe in the group Protocolo Coimbra - Artrite Reumatoide:

“I want to leave a testimony and express my thanks to God, my family, dr Cícero, dr Danilo, any groups and their moderators and Denise Prado, the friend of all hours! lol

Exactly two years ago I was at my first consultation for the protocol, with a RA diagnosis, feeling pain, inflammation, imbalance, fatigue, but also with a lot of confidence.

It is not easy to follow the treatment, it requires attention and care when using high doses of vitamin D, but it's possible and very rewarding when we realize the beneficial effects of Vitamin D, among others, acting on the body, causing well-being, and an eternal feeling of gratitude.
- feeling blessed.”


April 6, 2020

English: Post by Deise Miranda, following the Coimbra Protocol for a little over 2 years for multiple sclerosis:

"Greetings dear!!! ⁣

I share with you one more victory, after I was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis in 2017, traveling on a motorcycle with my life partner was no longer part of my history, I felt a lot of fatigue, dizziness, double vision, I didn't feel safe going back on the roads , even after starting the Coimbra protocol in December 2017. But this year I faced the challenge and it was wonderful! ⁣

It was 6 days on the road, on the first day we did 618 km, at a temperature of 35 to 39 degrees celsius, we left Bahia, we went to Aracaju, we went to Maceió and we rested in Maragogi, what a good feeling my peopl...

April 6, 2020

English: Testimony of Juciara Rocha in the group Protocolo Coimbra - Brasil. Juciara has had Multiple Sclerosis for 8 years and has been following the Coimbra Protocol for 2 years:

“I have multiple sclerosis for 8 years, 2 years ago I had stopped photographing myself, I was afraid of what was ahead and just thought about my disease, my self-esteem was gone, so I decided to abandon my conventional treatment and adhered to high doses of vitamin D, under medical supervision. I was already at my limit! I felt swollen, full of pain, with 15 kilos more, hypertensive and with high glucose.

My body started to react with the new treatment. I was determined not to take those drugs anymore (betainterferon and natalizumab), but I also nee...

April 6, 2020

English: A beautiful testimony from Rossana Marques, diagnosed 10 years ago with Multiple Sclerosis. Taken from our Facebook group Protocolo Coimbra - Brasil.⁣⁣"Now, at night, I was here feeling grateful for my health, and I realized that exactly 10 years ago I was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis. I felt the ground opening under my feet, that March 2010. With 2 daughters and the youngest starting to walk, ah and having just moved to a two-story house... how to climb stairs?But at the same time with a great support from my husband, who was always by my side. How the time flew, and I now confess to you that I don't even remember the “Sclerosis”!!! no, I'm not sclerotic! LOLI am HAPPY, because I accepted, suffered, overcame, and...

April 6, 2020

English: Post by Danilo Alves in the group Protocolo Coimbra - Brasil. Danilo is following the Coimbra Protocol for multiple sclerosis:

“Thank you first to God for letting me find this treatment! For someone who couldn't move without help, with 2 months of treatment, being now able to go on a half-hour walk alone is priceless! Crutches can keep collecting dust.”

#progress #multiplesclerosis #coimbraprotocol #vitamind

Portugues: Post de Danilo Alves no grupo do FB Protocolo Coimbra - Brasil. Danilo segue o Protocolo para Esclerose Múltipla:

“Agradeço primeiro lugar Deus por conhecer esse tratamento! Pra quem não conseguia se locomover sozinho. Com 2 mêses de tratamento, conseguir fazer uma caminhada de meia hora sozin...

January 9, 2020

Rheumatoid Arthritis and COIMBRA PROTOCOL:

Post by Drielle Queiroz

"This year started different, happy and without waking up every day remembering that I have an autoimmune disease because that's the reality, I'm 26 years old and have Rheumatoid Arthritis, and I used to wake up every day with my hands stiff, without even being able to hold the toothbrush. I already went to sleep discouraged, because I knew that the next day I would wake up in the same way.

But since April 2019 my life has changed and I make this post of eternal thanks, because I'm living normally and with a much better lifestyle, I can dance, go to the gym normally, of course I have limitations in the wrist because my illness has caused previous damage from be...

January 9, 2020


Post by Ana Claudia Domene, author of the book Multiple Sclerosis and (lots of) Vitamin D, in the FB group Protocolo Coimbra - Brasil:

“I often see questions in this group and in other groups about what happens to patients who have been following the Protocol for a long time. How are they, what are the long term side effects, etc. In my case, here is the answer. I have MS and follow the protocol for 12 years, and yesterday I spent the day from 11 am to 5 pm hiking in this place; we walked on super slippery trails with ice and snow, climbed to the top of these rocks, spent hours going up and down ravines in the rocks... it's not something that I have to stop to think about... For over 10 years...

January 9, 2020

Post by Yara Wanderlust in the Spanish Protocol group (link below):

"Happy happy happy! I can already look to the sides without the nystagmus. A nystagmus is an involuntary movement of the eyes in multiple sclerosis due to a lesion in the medial longitudinal fascicle, which joins the motor neurons. Eyes lined up (well, looking at a cell phone in front always looks weird, but now they're perfectly aligned). More than 12 years later, old nerve damage disappearing ... 🎉🎊🎉🎊🎉🎊

One year and four months after my discharge form the CP, my left eye (optic neuritis on the mega relapse I had over 11 years ago when I was diagnosed with MS) has returned to normal. Happy happy happy! In this relapse, I had a permanent damage - no...

January 9, 2020

ENGLISH: Fernanda Cocenas, a patient with multiple sclerosis following the Coimbra Protocol for 2 years and 2 months:

“I'm ready for 2020!!! There were many victories this year! I just have to thank you for all the wonderful achievements in my life!

This year I realized my dream of living in another country, got married, gained more strength in my gait, I'm in much less pain, managed to dance again a little (and back to samba, which is a hell of an achievement!!!), and mainly, my disease is in complete remission... All this, God and the Coimbra Protocol provided me!!!

To my friends who are also in the battle against Multiple Sclerosis:God is taking care of everything, He has wonderful plans for all of us !! We will win! We're...

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