Ronna from the United States shares their Multiple Sclerosis (MS) and Low Dose Naltrexone (LDN) story on the LDN Radio Show with Linda Elsegood.
Ronna first began to notice her Multiple Sclerosis (MS) symptoms when she was 35 years old following the birth of her third child. She began to suffer from optic neuritis in her left eye. All of a sudden other symptoms developed, such as severe fatigue and shaky hands.
MS restricted Ronna from caring for her newborn child and spending time with her other children, thus she was determined to find a solution which is when she came across Low Dose Naltrexone (LDN). Within a matter of months LDN was already having positive effects on Ronna’s health.
“I would say I am so lucky. I would say my quality of life is 9/10 now I’m on LDN. I think I am extraordinarily lucky to have found this drug and it worked so well for me.”
This is a summary of Ronna’s interview. Please listen to the rest of Ronna’s story by clicking on the video above.