Sylvia from England takes Low Dose Naltrexone (LDN) for Multiple Sclerosis (MS). After being diagnosed in 1997. Before this time she had other health problems, but professionals did not know if this was related to MS. Sylvia then starting dragging her leg, which is then she directly saw a consultant which diagnosed her. During this time her quality of life rating was a 6/10 before finding the LDN medication. It took Sylvia a couple of years to know about the LDN medication, where she found it through a magazine article. Her symptoms she experienced were dragging of her left leg, pain in her thigh and leg, as well as mobility.
Her Doctor advised her to retire from her job as a librarian, as she was on her feet all day which lead to destress. Sylvia had no problems with sight, most symptoms were mobility and balance.
Her Doctor would not prescribe her the Low Dose Naltrexone (LDN) medication, this is then when she relied on her consultant, where to then took her 18 months before they finally agreed to it.
With the medication not being accessible in the UK during the time; Sylvia had it shipped from California, with it being a 12 month prescription. Now, Sylvia has been on the LDN medication for five to six years. Receiving no side effects, she was a lot more positive, less fatigue. Even though her mobility is no better, she is certainly no worse. Her quality of life has increased from a 6 to an 8/9 out of 10, she now takes part in yoga and various other groups!
At first, Sylvia denied having a wheelchair, but after realising that she could not enjoy quality time with her husband or daughter she then decided to switch it around and invest in a mobility scooter. Sylvia recommends LDN medication to everyone, saying it is a complete NetSuite, with it being worthwhile and makes such a difference!
Summary of Sylvia’s interview, please listen to the video for the full story.
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Keywords: LDN, Low Dose Naltrexone, MS, Multiple Sclerosis, Mobility, Balance, medication, less fatigue, positive