LDN and Multiple Sclerosis (MS) my story by Jamie from the US

Jamie from the United States takes LDN for multiple sclerosis, where she first started to notice symptoms November of last year, after her second child. That being only 28 years old. 

Before the diagnosis, Jamie started feeling a numb newness which would come appear on her tongue, one time she became extremely, other times she slept for near a week, that being three years ago. Jamie could not walk very well. She was very tired. As well as a numbness in her hand.

After her MRI scan, they could not find anything wrong is where they diagnosed her with Multiple Sclerosis, (MS). After not much support or guidance from her doctors, Jamie started researching, where she then found the Low Dose Naltrexone medication (LDN). After 8 months of research, she found a doctor willing to prescribe her.  

Side effects for Jamie were a; mild relapse, small amounts of numbing, vision problems and confusion.

Now Jamie feels as though she can live again, where she is able to work, take care of her children; but advises people like herself to play around with dosages to see which is best for the individual.

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

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Keywords: mild relapse, numbing, vision problems, MS, Multiple Sclerosis, Low Dose Naltrexone, tired