Nanners, thanks a lot, now I will contact my GP and tell him to prescribe asacol for me, I think I will try Asacol and combine it with LDN, because I don't dare to use LDN alone without any maintanance medicine, if I can, I will avoid going that road.
I have a tremendous experience as I have been using LDN for 3 years, I know LDN, but I don't have a clue at all on the main stream Crohns meds. I started using LDN when my Crohns was mild and when newly diagnosed 3 years ago. So far it has been a happy travel.
Due to Dr. Jill Smith and her phase II trial on LDN and Crohns; LDN was able to bring people in remission at app. the same level as Remicade or Humira do. LDN is of course a far milder medicine with litteraly no side effects, so it's both safe and cheap. I can't wait to try Asacol
, again, Nanners, thanks a lot.
Crohn's disease is located in jejunum/ileum, which is called jejunoileitis. We're just a few with this type.
Diagnosed 07. Started 06/07 with prednisone, continued in 09/07 with LDN, Low Dose Naltrexone.
Combines LDN with a Low Dose Prednisone (from 10 mg and down), just for some weeks if flaring. Fish oil with omega 3, DPA and DHA.