How Do You Obtain Low Dose Naltrexone (LDN) In the UK?
Do you know if the number of NHS GPs in the UK writing prescriptions for LDN is going up or down? The person has a personal interest about it and they have been unable to get a GP in the area who's prepared to write subscription This is quite a complicated question because it ebbs and flows across the country and as the army of prescribing advisers descend upon GP surgeries and discover that doctors are prescribing unlicensed medications first thing they attempt to do is stop them from doing that because they generally cost more now because even though LDN doesn't cost very much in the UK it still falls into this unlicensed territory. We see waves of it across the country coming and going in the NHS and it really just takes time to find the GP who's interested enough to go to the LDN Research Trust download. The interest pack and we do all speak to GPs really maybe once or twice a week, a standard NHS GP will phone up and we'll give them a little spiel. We'll talk to them. We'll see we'll be doing this for 20 years but I would say the most likely way in the UK to get an NHS prescription for LDN is to start it privately First keep a very detailed diary of how much you improve, how quickly you improve, and come off of some expensive medication the NHS is giving to you then go back to the GP with the evidence and say, "Look you'll need to give me something worth 30 quid a month and I am never going to bother you again." And that is unfortunately the only way to get this.