So i was finally able to start on ldn after ALOT of fighting with doc. about a month ago. Before I started ldn i couldn't walk, i couldn't stand and my bladder was a little iffy... So i finally was able to start taking it, on the SECOND day of taking it my bladder was a bladder, i could stand holding on to something, and i could WALK albeit for a very short period of time and holding on to walls but i was able to walk in the first time for good god going on about a year now. on the FOURTH day of taking it i was able to walk into mcdonalds with my daughter and my mom, of course i used a walker but i fraggin WALKED!!!! i LOVE LDN and i will never stop taking it... I made a mistake and tried another med Neurontin and it sent me into such a bad relapse its not even funny but thanks to ldn i'm coming out of it faster than i normally come out of really bad hits. oh and ldn also helps a little with my extremely poor eye sight and i don't have as much pain. i love it i love it i love it...no other ms treatment has helped or even dented any of my symptoms. i just wanted to say a little about my love for ldn and a big huge thanks to larry for telling me about it.. THANK YOU!!!
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