Marjorie from Scotland shares their Multiple Sclerosis (MS) and Low Dose Naltrexone (LDN) story on the LDN Radio Show with Linda Elsegood.
Marjorie began to notice symptoms of Multiple Sclerosis (MS) in the mid-nineties but was not officially diagnosed with MS until 1999. At the time she was experiencing severe numbness on one side of her body, stretching from her shoulder to her foot, as well as low energy levels and cognitive processes.
It wasn’t until April 2010 that she was able to get a prescription for Low Dose Naltrexone (LDN). Nevertheless, within a few months of starting on LDN she knew she was improving: she began to regain more feeling in her arm and leg as well as her fatigue becoming less prominent.
This is a summary of Marjorie’s interview. Please listen to the rest of Marjorie’s story by clicking on the video above.