A board to discuss Low Dose Naltrexone (LDN) as a treatment for Multiple Sclerosis
Does anyone know of a doc willing to scribe LDN in the lower mainland? The intergated health only deal with cancer patients. Any help would be appreciated.
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My GP refused to write the prescription simply because she had never heard of LDN and wasn’t familiar with it at all. But my neurologist at the UBC MS clinic wrote it without any hesitation.
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Can someone please tell me which doctor will prescribe LDN? I keep getting shot down every direction that I take, so i would really appreciate any advice and suggestions.
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My neurologist prescribed it for me after I brought him a handful of research papers on the subject. He works out of the Kelowna MS Clinic. I have heard naturalists are the best source for LDN prescriptions and I know of a few in Kamloops that prescribe the drug regularly so I am certain if you knocked on some phones in Vancouver you could find one that would prescribe. Just be sure they are licensed to write prescriptions. I pay about $75 for a months worth of 4.5mg pills.
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