You can read a little bit about me below. I start LDN soon, and the FDA won't approve it for Crohn's for a very long time, because no private interests are backing the research. I'm not being pessimistic, that's just how things operate these days. There's a larger study going on at Penn St, but you won't be reimbursed for the travel.
I'm excited about the good stories I hear. Remicade has lost efectiveness for me, so it's back to a lot of blood in the stool and a little bit of dizziness when doing anything more strenuous than breathing. Like right now, I see two keyboards I'm typing on. Interestingly, I've mainitained my weight, but that won't last.
In a strange way, I think the econmy will help Crohn's patients in the long run. As deductibles climb and pocketbooks shrink, many docs are going to be forced to work with smaller budgets (from there patients). There's going to be a lot of researching alternatives, and not just taking the advice of the Pharmacuetical Rep. I will DEFINITELY keep everyone posted on my LDN and Chlorella (with a possible five day Master's cleanse, the lemon maple syrup cayenne pepper thing, all with my docs supervision-they say minimum ten days, but I travel for work). God Bless everyone, this economy doesn't scare Him a bit.
I am a pre-30yr. old who has been diagnosed with Crohn's for 14 years. Symptoms change from cramping and weight loss to severe anemia with fatigue and diarrhea.
I'm DONE (D-O-N-E, DONE!!!) with immuno-suppressants. Tremble, yee Pharmacuetical companies, for you will not withstand the aggressive onslaught of our healing!
new prescription from natural doc,
3.5 grams Chlorella daily.
4.5 mg Low Dose Naltrexone nightly.