Doctors prescribing LDN in Australia?

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Doctors prescribing LDN in Australia?

Postby freckles1975 » Sat Mar 05, 2005 8:21 pm

Hi there,

I posted this a while back I'm sure but can't find it now. I am in Australia (Sydney) and want to get on LDN. Unfortunately my GP won't prescribe it, despite me providing him with a lot of information about it.

What I'm wondering is if there' anyone in Australia (preferably in Sydney) that can help me out with the name of a doc who is willing to prescribe LDN. I have the information for a pharmacy that has been authorised by the TGA (the Aussie equivalent of the FDA) to make it for people with MS, so now just need a prescription.

Any help greatly appreciated. :)

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Postby noddlebean » Sun Mar 06, 2005 7:18 pm

Hi There

I'm in Brisbane and I must be lucky cause my doctor said I could have it if I wanted it even without any information supprting my request!! She even suggested I mix the dosage up myself. Weird huh. I haven't gone back to request it as I am on Liptor and that seems to be working for me at the moment although I could use something that could help with the fatigue and LDN would be that.

I found a compound pharmacy - will they do the script or will I have to go to a specific parmacy?? I guess I have the opposite problem but my doctor doesn't beat around the bush and is willing to help out.

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Postby freckles1975 » Sun Mar 06, 2005 7:38 pm

I think any compunding pharmacy should be able to do it. I have information for a compunding pharmacy in Lismore but I'm sure there's other places that do it to.

You are very lucky to have a doctor who is happy to prescribe it! I am still trying to convince my GP, but have now received the number for a neurologist who will precribe it if my GP won't come to the party.

Fatigue is the main issue for me which is why I want to try LDN, as it's supposed to be very good for fatigue.

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Postby Arron » Mon Mar 07, 2005 12:59 am

noddlebean, please consider sharing your experience with Lipitor on the new statins forum here (if you haven't already).

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Postby noddlebean » Mon Mar 07, 2005 4:29 pm

Hi Emma

Thanks I have a compounding pharmacy near me here so when I decide to take the plunge I will go there. Just was a bit aprehensive taking two meds at once that can effect the liver i.e LDN & Lipitor (well possibly eventually)

Thanks Aaron already posted something up for Lipitor in the foum :)

its tstill going ok so far - I thought I was in for a relapse the other day when my feet went really numb and it started to go back up my legs but its seems to have held now so am happy again. Whether its the Lipitor - who knows.... up to nearly 6 mths relapse free so am crossing my fingers for the next couple of months cause they are generally the worst each year for me. I had my MRI and no active lesions but I guess theres one in my spine but not completely sue.

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Postby karbren » Mon Aug 01, 2005 5:19 pm

Hi
i hope you have had some luck finding a doc.
I have been doing loads of research and i came up with a chemist at miranda who compounds LDN and after telling her that i hoped my doc would prescribe it she told me to ring her back if he didnt and she would give me some names that would
she is at
soul pattinson mirranda and i think her name was mirriam
hope this helps
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Re: Doctors prescribing LDN in Australia?

Postby seeva » Thu Oct 03, 2013 3:27 am

TRY DR. H.MILLER, 4TH AVENUE , EASTWOOD TEL. NO.0298742210
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Re: Doctors prescribing LDN in Australia?

Postby seeva » Sun Oct 20, 2013 4:07 am

HI EMMA MY NAME IS SEEVA FROM SYDNEY. WE ALL GO TO A NEUROLOGY IN EASRWOOD TO GET THE SCEPRT FOR LDN. SO PLEASE DR. H. MILLER
3/35 4TH AVENUE , EASTWOOD. TE; NO. 98742210 TRY AND CONTACT HIM ASK FOR 3.0 mg LDN for your start then increase to 4.5 if you need only first visist to the DR you need your G.P referral then he will send your G.P the details then you can get the LDN from your G.P.your neer bondi ther is a G.P you can get L.DN.let meknow i can give you the details of the BONDI G.P . my e.m kseeva@hotmail.com
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Re: Doctors prescribing LDN in Australia?

Postby seeva » Mon Oct 21, 2013 5:49 pm

DEAR Emma please contact DR. MILLER , 3/35 4TH AVENUE, EASTWOOD TEL.NO. 98742210 YOU CAN GET LDN. ASK FOR 3.mg for thevstart
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Re: Doctors prescribing LDN in Australia?

Postby Michelle429 » Thu Jun 26, 2014 6:02 pm

Has anyone found a good treating dr in Sydney's west? I'm desperate. I'm going to contact the Eastwood dr but closer would be better
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Re: Doctors prescribing LDN in Australia?

Postby dlynn » Tue Jul 01, 2014 1:29 pm

Hi Michelle429,
I'm not in Australia but here is a link http://www.hubbardfoundation.org/CCSVI_supplements.html where you can buy ldn online. I could not find a dr. either but I did find this link on Dr. Hubbards website (under supplements).
https://www.buyldn.com/ from here http://www.ldnscience.org/
I'm in the U.S.A. so it had to go through customs but that was no problem. When it arrived, I started at 1.5 mg. It made such a difference in my life I can't imagine being without it. It's been 5 mos. and I'm feeling great at 3.5mg. I did find a dr. finally here in the states (with the help of a member here). I wish you all the best and hope that you could at least start with this reputable online site while you look for a dr. at home.
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