I posted the following post almost 10 years ago. My MS is still pretty stable but I have had a few ups and downs in the last year and half. However, I can contribute those to Stress (our son passed away in 2008 just 10 days after graduating high school. Plus I have been raising my niece for 10 years and her mom suddenly wants to go to court and has become quite difficult.) and bad eating habits.When I am stressed, I make bad choices when it comes to food and then I know to expect problems. But anyway, I am on the LDN still. Have never taken any of the other meds and you would never know by looking at me that I have MS. I am so thankful that I found this drug. So, I am re-posting my previous post from 10 years ago but updating the docs info that prescribes in Ohio. PS. He will only prescribe to people in Ohio for now because of his license. Hope this helps someone. If anyone has any questions, email me directly at firstname.lastname@example.org
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Doctors that prescribe
Postby KeepFaith » Thu Dec 02, 2004 10:46 am
Hi, I have been on LDN for almost a year now. I just seen my Neurologist today and she said I have no active lesions. She would not prescribe my medication so I had my family physician put me on it. He is a great doctor and takes his time with people. I have had no side effects except for a time when I was off of it for a few weeks because my mail order insurance company screwed up on getting me my meds. I don't even feel like I have MS. Before I started on this drug I had pain and numbness all the time. Now I have none. I am 34 and refuse to take the injectables that have such bad side effects. Anyone with MS should try this drug!!!
My prescribing doctor:
Dr. James Johnson
4160 S Broadway
Grove City, OH 43123