Robbie, you are in Canada, right? Have you checked into doing a phone consult in the states and getting your LDN sent in from there? I know that a couple of patients were doing that with Dr. Scott and getting their LDN shipped from Skip's and there were no problems with customs, but Dr. Scott is no longer doing phone consults so I guess that could very well be the reason! Why don't you just order the Revia from Medsmex and mix it yourself? You don't need a script this way and you really sound like you could use some do it yourself help right now.
Unfortunately, you may also be having some problems with depression on top of the every day struggles with MS. Is this something you think is becoming a problem for you? If so, there are several newer antidepressants out there that can work miracles, Effexor and Celexa are both excellent. This is something you should discuss with your doctor. You will be amazed at how much this can help your mental well being.
Aylish, my son was becoming pretty progressive prior to starting LDN. He was initially classified as RRMS and the neuro was preparing to start him on Novantrone and switch him to PPMS when we fired him and started LDN. He was having major attacks including total paralysis, and he was so depressed from the Rebif that we were afraid to leave him alone for one minute. It's hard enough just being 16. But, he certainly has done better with the LDN, even though he still has problems now and then, and I do not believe it halts progression as I was originally told. I do, however, believe that it helps in alot of ways, and he will continue to take it.
There are new medications on the pipeline for MS, so we have to be hopeful. One is an oral pill called Mylanix that can be taken daily. It works by interfering with the white blood cells that are linked to the spread of MS. I believe it is in Phase III of the trials now. Another is Alferon N, which gives alot of hope to those who have developed antibodies to the other interferons and are unable to use them anymore. This is in Phase II of the testing. Canada is doing a very promising study on MBP8298, an i.v. drug administered once every 6 months, thought to be very helpful to SPMS. This is the first drug to my knowledge developed for SPMS, so lets just keep our fingers crossed and see how this goes.
Have a good weekend!