I was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis in 2009 in May. During my stay at the hospital, my doctors took an MRI scan and a spinal puncture that confirmed multiple sclerosis. My MRI scan at the time was very bad and the symptoms of the disease were also very pronounced. I felt constant fatigue, had difficulty concentrating, and even one side of my body was numb to the touch and a drop in vision to my left eye.
Since I was only 16 years old at the time, my parents were looking for alternative treatment methods and so they found out online about biotherapy that Ivan Roca was doing in Zagreb (Croatia). I did my first therapy in early September 2009. (a couple of months after diagnosis) and I felt improvement after that. Initially, I went to therapy every six months, and later once a year. Magnetic resonance imaging was getting better and better in the sense that some of the lesions had completely stopped and some showed regression. The symptoms of the disease receded, and also I no longer felt constant fatigue.
Today I feel good, I work as an architect, the symptoms of the disease are almost non-existent and I do not have any difficulties in performing my daily duties. Therapy has definitely changed my life because I don’t think I could be who I am today.