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robinahy, Donnerstag, 10. Dezember 2009, 12:22 (vor 3233 Tagen) @ TOM

» Hi Robin,
» » You get a recept from your GP. Is this because you have MS.
» ... no, I don´t think so ... my GP is rather open-minded, but it took me
» some effort (and time) to "convince" him to prescribe LDN ( :-( ) ... my
» first batch of naltrexone came from Australia and India thru England ...
» afterwards he "decided" to prescribe Naltrexone (!!!) ...
» » Or is it
» » fairly easy to get naltrexone (by any name) from a GP.
» ... yes, I do think so ... the only restriction is, that the GP only
» gives me a "private" recipe ... that means that I have to pay for the
» medication and it may not be covered by assurances (in fact it is NOT) ..
» » Can my GP only
» » give me naltrexone if I have MS> My GP is fairly open but I'm worried
» » more about BKK.
» »
» ... no, there ist no restriction to prescribe naltrexone only for MS ...
» I believe, it is your duty to convince him to prescribe nalteexone or
» crohns ... I am sure, you will find a lot of info material on LDN with
» crohns ... if you can´t find anything, look or ask Linda from
» LDNReseracTrust in England (LDN
» Research Trust
» » Do you ge low dose or do you make it yourself from 50 mg naltrexone>
» ... we (my wife and me) are using "self-made LDN", that is diluted from
» naltrexone pills (50mg) in normal water ...
» So long

My doctor wasn't helpful. Neither was Mainz Uni they don't even know about LDN. I have a few options: to a doctor in Holland - this takes extra time and money or 2. I found a few places on line that will ship. Two of them will ship me generic Revia, do you think this would be OK> A third online pharmacy makes me question their business - is it a real online shop or a scam.


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