That's me been on 3mg LDN for 7 days now and I felt slightly light-headed on day 2 but it soon passed. I was told that could happen and knew it was nothing to worry about. I've been sleeping really well every night.
I do feel LESS fatigued than usual and am not bouncing off the walls indoors quite so much,
I do see slight improvements from day to day, my legs/ankles DO feel stronger and am using my stepping machine more than ever, so I shall continue to take it and see how things progress.
At least there are no negative signs to report, so I am happy with that.
I'll keep you informed.
Bye for now
Well I've been on LDN now for 69days and although I haven't thrown away my two walking sticks ( I still need them both) I feel allot better in my self.
I received a reply from the health minister for which I took to my gp and guess what he wrote me out a script for LDN on the NHS, I even told the pharmacy where to get it after speaking to Martindale Pharmaecuticules myself. (sorry about the spelling ) now taking LDN supplied from the UK.
I have also had two letters back from the MS Society implying that they have now contacted a scientist involved in this research and that a controlled trial is long overdue so hopefully things will start to move to the benefit of us all. It will either prove LDN to be a benefit or knock it dead......but how can you ignore all this anecdotal evidence?????
ps.. I have also heard some good reports on this new goat serum...but time will tell for us all.
pps. I have amalgam dental fillings (mercury) and this is my next step to get them removed safely....SAFELY being the operative word.../
regards to you all ..live well you are only here once.
Even with the above benefits I feel that my MS has got slightly worse, I find it slightly harder to walk but I'm sure it would have been a lot worse if I hadn't tried LDN.
I've just got back from Vacation to Scotland and I drove there and back, just over 1000miles in total (I've had hand controls fitted to my car). Two weeks before that I was in the Canary Islands for a holiday, I am determined not to let this monster stop me from enjoying my life. Have wheelchair will travel is my motto......
However, I'm now getting my LDN from the UK but I have yet to start on their supply, perhaps I ought to change now to see if there is any difference?
On thinking more about it I think I will change over to my new supply tonight, I dare say I will not see any difference for a few days but here's hoping....will keep you informed.
Don't get me wrong. I find that since being on LDN the pains that were in my ankles and feet are now only a memory and thats where I want it to stay....and I no longer need to go to the bathroom for a pee in the night. ( used to be 4 or 5 times)
These two improvements alone have given me some sort of life back and I intend to make use of it hence my motto...have wheelchair will travel.