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I started going to a naturopath after my GP refused to entertain any notion of using LDN, and he started me on it in 2017. I've used it ever since, and going by the numbers of my antibodies, it was the best choice ever.
My numbers went from <6000 (that's the top of the chart) to >300 the last blood test I took. I notice the feeling of fullness in my brain if I don't take it for a while, which seldom happens. The blood tests were for thyroid levels, as I also have Hashimoto's Thyroiditis.
The anesthetist, when I went to have surgery for an unrelated issue, asked me why I take it. The only explanation I could give her was what I say above.
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