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Does anyone wake up?

Does any one wake up early at 5 am everyday then takes about an hour to go back to bed? I also use the restroom. Just wondering. This is still 10x better than I was feeling before Ldn. :roll:
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Latest LDN news summary

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1. The journal 'Medical Hypotheses' has accepted an LDN/MS hypothesis for publication. Will be public in a few months.

2. The MS center at Univ. Texas is planning a full clinical trial of LDN for MS, after seeing my rapid recovery from secondary progressive MS on LDN. I am happy to answer any questions, my story and email is at

3. Sourasky Medical Center in Israel has ...
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I take have taken tylenol,advil,and aleve. All these meds for pain.Any suggestions that will not interfere with Ldn? I have finished a few bottles of Tylenlol hin the last few months.I have some Darvacit, but it is a narcatic so I have not taken it.
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Does LDN help relieve numbness?

I am going through my 3rd very bad relapse since being diagnosed with MS two years ago. I have had the usual steroid treatments, but they are not working in getting rid of the numbness I am experiencing all over my body right now.

I have read so many promising posts on LDN that I want to try it. Has it helped anyone here with numbness? Numbness seems to be my #1 MS symptom. Right ...
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LDN Research Trust *SURVEY* - for all who take LDN

If everyone taking LDN could fill out this survey, Linda from the LDN Research Trustand LDN Petition will be compiling all the data received. They are trying to get things going over there in the UK working with Drs. Coles and Lawrence, momentum is building. Hopefully we'll all benefit from their efforts. They need the support of everyone taking LDN or in support of research and trials. This particular survey is for those who are ...
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phone conference with Dr. Bihari

Hi there,
This may not be new information for everyone, but I just wanted to make sure everyone was aware of this option. After being frustrated about which neuros in Chicago actually know anything about LDN, let alone prescribe it, I decided to go right to the source. I called Dr. Bihari's office and talked with his assistant Bill, who was very helpful. I was initially thinking of actually going to NYC, but Bill told ...
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chicago docs

Hi, has anyone had any personal experience with Dr. Steven Myer or Dr.
Alan Buchman mentioned in this site? I'm looking to go for a consult.
I'm now on Avonex and I would like to try LDN without going off Avonex.
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2 month progress on LDN and interesting conversation piece..

We had the two month follow up consultation with Dr. Scott for my son's LDN. He has been taking 3 mg and doing really well with it, and Dr. Scott elected not to increase it at this time. I suppose we are going with the "if it ain't broke, don't fix it" theory my 90 year old grandma lives by! I agreed with this, because in case my son develops a "tolerance" to it later ...
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There's lots of anecdotal evidence for LDN and goat-serum easing MS symptoms. For each of these treatments: can it be shown that threre is any effect on the disease progression, or is it just a symptom-relief treatment?
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LDN and pain relief

Hello, this is my first post. I have read many positive results with LDN for MS, but the one thing that is holding me back is how to get needed pain relief such as with a surgery or injury. I just had rotator cuff surgery and have had to take a narcotic (oxycodone) for pain relief, don't know how I would have stood it without this pain medication. My question is; If you are taking ...
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