Delores from the United States shares her Multiple Sclerosis (MS) & Low Dose Naltrexone (LDN) Story

Delores from the United States takes LDN medication for multiple sclerosis. 

Delores first started noticing Multiple Sclerosis symptoms after an endoscopic vein laser therapy to help with the varicose veins that she has. Right after the procedure she developed bad foot drop, where she was tripping over her feet, which resulted to not being able to keep up her fitness regime with running. 

After a year, a Neurologist approved an MRI scan where Delores was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis (MS); where she has lesions in the brain, cervical spine, and thoracic spine. 

After finding the Low Dose Naltrexone medication in books and online she began to try it. Where it has now made her feel stronger and able to walk better.

Delores heard about the LDN medication roughly a month and a half after her diagnosis. She found it very hard to obtain a prescription, despite having a countless amount of doctors. This resulted into a holistic doctor giving her a prescription for LDN, during her trialling of different dosages, she started to develop headaches, but three months later, this has improved.

LDN has helped Delores with bladder functions, and slightly with her vision. 

Delores recommends others to try LDN, but to test the waters with dosages, after experiencing how quickly her headaches developed and soon went with the Low Dose Naltrexone.

Summary of Delores’ interview, please listen to the video for the full story.

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Keywords: multiple sclerosis, endoscopic vein laser therapy, foot drop, MS, lesions, cervical spine, thoracic spine, headaches, Low Dose Naltrexone, LDN