Tamar from England shares her Multiple Sclerosis (MS) & Low Dose Naltrexone (LDN) Story

Tamar was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis (MS) in February 2006, where she just turned 30 during the time. When Tamar was 17 she encountered Glandular Fever, and then MS came about when she was around 30 which was rather common. 

In the month of September, 2005 she started feeling extremely tired, she had trouble with her perception and depth, for example, reaching the door handle, or skipping a step on the stairs. This is when Tamar went to bed for a few days and felt progressively fine about a week later! After some time, Tamar started to feel exhausted, freezing cold and difficulties with her speech, where she resulted in the rest of the month in bed, not knowing what was wrong. 

That following December, Tamar’s hands and feet began to feel numb, the next day she had pins and needles down one side of her body; which then resulted in a quick diagnosis of now having Multiple Sclerosis (MS). 

Tamar found out about LDN through MS Society Chat Rooms when she was first diagnosed. At this time Tamar felt like she didn’t need disease-modifying drugs, because she was not ill enough for those. This is where she found the LDN website asking for advice, and in March 2009 she began taking them, 2 years after her diagnosis of MS. The NHS does not license LDN medication so Tamar had to access these privately. 

Tamar realised that she had some improvement after a few months of the LDN medication, but 3-4 months before a real change. LDN has helped with Tamar’s spasms and pain, and now feels normal again, where she has expressed that it has really improved her life, and how she would recommend it to anyone. 

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

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Keywords, LDN, MS, Multiple Sclerosis, Low Dose Naltrexone, numb, speech, cold, temperature, exhausted, perception and depth, tired, Glandular Fever