Sue shares her Multiple Sclerosis (MS) and Low Dose Naltrexone (LDN) Story

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Sue from Wales first experienced symptoms seven years ago when she realised that she couldn’t grip things properly and she started to drop things a lot. She had strange sensations while walking that she was going to fall. Sue went to the doctors and had blood tests and was told she was fine despite the problems that she was experiencing. A year later, in a new job which was stressful, things accelerated, eight months into the job she had to leave.  Back at the doctors, she was given more tests and this time she was referred to a neurologist who diagnosed Primary Progressive Multiple Sclerosis.

Now choking on her food and having to walk slowly and getting nothing concrete from her doctor or neurologist Sue decided to research for herself. She found articles about Low Dose Naltrexone and found a prescriber and finally got herself a prescription for LDN. 

Starting at a low dose and working up steadily Sue soon found she felt a lot better in herself, happier and better able to cope. She had more energy and got a spring back in her step within a month. The numbness improved and she has her life back without the anxiety and fear for her future that she was feeling before.