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Thread: My Low Dose Naltrexone Journey (so far)

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    Quote Originally Posted by opare View Post
    Ive actually found a Dr. that according to a 5 year old thread is prescribing LDN in Zurich.
    Otherwise they talked about it from here https://www.buyldn.com/naltrexlow
    I'm not sure how the law is to order meds from abroad as they are located in Singapore
    Well, remember Singapore is a super strict country. My oldest sonís best friend is of Indian decent but because he was born in Singapore he has to serve two years in their military mandatory. It may just be a legit deal. Let us know how it goes.

    Angela

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    Quote Originally Posted by Judworth View Post
    I am 'getting there' my nose sensitivity (tingling not redness) is often and indicator, and I still have that!

    Overall I would say 85% better with LDN!

    As for my peak, probably at about 3 months; will not be moving from 2 mg for a good while!!!

    J
    ďIíll have what sheís havingĒ. Iíll take 85% any day!! I hope I get that too!

    Glad to hear that you are doing better again. Let me just say, I really feel that I have a family on this forum.

    Angela

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ange4 View Post
    ďIíll have what sheís havingĒ. Iíll take 85% any day!! I hope I get that too!

    Glad to hear that you are doing better again. Let me just say, I really feel that I have a family on this forum.

    Angela
    Aww! I'll buy you the 85% myself!!

    It's so important to me to support others with this ****** disease (as others on here have supported me), it's called 'paying it forward' isn't it?

    This can be such an isolating & lonely disease, we need support from others!

    Judy
    SUFFER FROM NEUROPATHIC ROSACEA & OCULAR ROSACEA.


    *Vit D3,Theratears Omega 3.



    *LDN since October 2018.

    *REN skincare range. TARTE cosmetics.

    *Tried Clonidine, Moxonidine & Atenolol (None being taken at present ).

    *Yearly IPL treatments until 2009.

    * RLT Journey!" (Sept 09) **Using Britebox Revive..(Stopped ).

    * Use Optimel & Ilast cream for MGD Ocular rosacea.

    History of Hyperthyroidism (Graves) Lichen Planus (oral)
    PROUD TO BE DIFFERENT






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    Quote Originally Posted by Judworth View Post
    Aww! I'll buy you the 85% myself!!

    It's so important to me to support others with this ****** disease (as others on here have supported me), it's called 'paying it forward' isn't it?

    This can be such an isolating & lonely disease, we need support from others!

    Judy
    Judy, I couldnít have started LDN at a better time because as I said recently in an earlier post, I had been dealing with a tremendous amount of stress. I will share that my husband and I are separating after 25 yrs of marriage. I will be filing for divorce within a couple of weeks. Fortunately, for us, there was no infidelity. Itís just that we grew apart. I went through this horrible experience with my face and ears for a whole year by myself and no support from him. I am really only sad for my four wonderful kids but I think in the long run they will thrive because there wonít be all the discourse like there has been. With the help of LDN, I hope to get more and more of my life back and I really look forward to what God has in store for me now.

    All My Best,
    Angela

    PS..... Iím so excited because I just realized that I have graduated to Senior Member!!

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