Rob, do you think it's a placebo effect? If your BM's are normal and you're only going 2-4 times a day then it is NOT a placebo effect. It is working.
Not in this house - my son definitely is eating more since being on LDN and has gained some (much needed) weight. I think it has more to do with the fact that his body is not working so hard to produce extra white blood cells to fight infection so now he's actually able to put on some weight.Naps22 said:Apparantly LDN suppresses your appetite, not a big fan of this . Makes me seriously want to reconsider even giving this drug a shot.
I am working on this one myself. Not sure how successful I will be but now both my GP and GI have the information on LDN.RedSoxFan said:It sounds like quite a few peole have had good luck with LDN. It seems there are less nightmare stories about LDN than some of the others. My question to all of you is, how does one convince their Doc to put them on it? Right now I am only on Pentasa 4x a day. We know that I should be considering something to suppliment that. But he wants to put me on Methotrexate. Not too fond of what I've read about it so far. I've asked about the LDN but he said not now. Is there some set protocol here?