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LDN Precriptions

Postby Badger » Wed Sep 15, 2010 8:41 am

Hi everyone,

Just to let you know that there is a Dr in Wales who prescribes LDN and all you need to do is find a Pharmacy who can supply the prescription.

Living in Glasgow is handy as there is a Pharmacy but they deliver the LDN with a receipt for payment so I would imagine they will deliver it to most places.

Dr Gilhooly also offers LDN in Glasgow but his prices are very high - £120 for the initial appointment - The link for the prescription and the Pharmacy are below:

Good Luck

Prescription -

https://secure-medical-pages.co.uk/emed ... r_form.php

Pharmacy -

http://www.yell.com/s/pharmacies-rutherglen.html

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Postby BalsaBoy » Wed Sep 15, 2010 9:33 am

Hi Badger

Sorry to hear about your setbacks. Any changes?
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Postby Badger » Thu Sep 16, 2010 12:19 am

I have improved since returning from holiday but I am starting LDN this week and may be going back to Poland if there is no great improvement.

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Re: LDN Prescriptions

Postby jgkarob » Thu Sep 16, 2010 3:18 am

Hi, what most people in the UK do, who can't get prescriptions, is to get a prescription on e-med and then send it to Glasgow.

What people really need to know - and I apologise for having to write this, is that you can safely take beta-interferon with LDN. The reasons can be found at the LDN Trust.
Dr Lawrence, is quite adamant that you can't take the two together, yet many people do. I'm afraid he's wrong about this. Don't be put off.
Yes, I know this is the wrong place for this post, but the information is important.



Badger wrote:Hi everyone,

Just to let you know that there is a Dr in Wales who prescribes LDN and all you need to do is find a Pharmacy who can supply the prescription.

Living in Glasgow is handy as there is a Pharmacy but they deliver the LDN with a receipt for payment so I would imagine they will deliver it to most places.

Dr Gilhooly also offers LDN in Glasgow but his prices are very high - £120 for the initial appointment - The link for the prescription and the Pharmacy are below:

Good Luck

Prescription -

https://secure-medical-pages.co.uk/emed ... r_form.php

Pharmacy -

http://www.yell.com/s/pharmacies-rutherglen.html

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Postby Badger » Fri Sep 17, 2010 12:12 am

I saw my specialist last week and he is wanting to put me back on Tysabri, I said I would like to try LDN and see what happens. He said that I can take both of them at the same time.

I don't know how that works but I refused anyway, still a little sceptical about Tysabri and the possibility of having LDN. Anyway I was sure the main point to avoid with Tysabri was taking any other medication along with it.

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Postby jgkarob » Fri Sep 17, 2010 1:11 am

Hi Badger,
Ask a question at the Everyday Living forum at the MSS. There's at least one person there who is taking Tysabri and LDN. I think their/her name is Sami.
They are doing just fine on both. After all, if Tysabri works, it stops your MS or slow it down significantly and LDN will make you feel better.
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