Histamine, LDN & Lyme Dx MS Therapies

ayoung
LDN
Thu Jun 21, 2018 09:46
2601:44:8701:b11e:2c87:6c6c:2669:544e

My wife [67] got MS from a Flu shot in 1983. She has been on LDN for over 10 years thanks to this board and GoodShape.

She has secondary progressive MS but was recently told by her neurologist -who could care less about LDN- she is medically stable.

While she has to use a wheelchair, she can to everything but walk . She can walk in the water and we go to the pool most days, We are snowbirds -PA to FL

She also goes to an alternative medicine Dr.[ He's an MD also head of alternaive Medicine at a well know medical university here in Philadelphia] who prescribes the LDN among other therapies-espescially for osteporosis and her bone density has improved over 25%.

To be accurate she does inject Copaxone 3xs a week and gets a Prolia shot 2xs a year for oestoeporosis.

I found this board before she started copaxone and believe LDN has been the major factor in her stability which is truly remarkable for her diagnosis. KNOCKING ON WOOOD

  • Some Ideas for Posting LDN Success Stories GoodShape, Tue Jun 19 16:23
    I don't know if this has appeared before: http://www.lowdosenaltrexone.org/goodshape.htm
    • I've been on 4.5 mg of LDN since 2000.> Jeanie Z, Thu Jun 21 14:51
      Before LDN I was having new symptoms almost monthly and slowly progressing. I had progressed to the point I had bad balance and began using a scooter. A decision I made after breaking my ankle and a... more
      • Me too JoyceF, Wed Jul 18 15:29
        Jeanie, I too am so darned thankful for this site and Fritz for hearing about LDN back in 2002. It did help me for many years and not sure why it stopped helping.
    • LDN ayoung, Thu Jun 21 09:46
      • Bone health JoyceF, Wed Jul 18 15:26
        Hi Ayoung. Your wife sounds like she is doing well. Good to hear that. I too have been on LDN for 16 years now. It seems to have stopped working for me as I have noticed some progression in the last... more
        • bone ayoung, Wed Jul 18 17:43
          Thank you. I will research this. her osteoperosis was way over the limit. if I remeber she was over 4.5 all over. She is now considered having osteopena [SP}?. We are lucky to have access to polls... more
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