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Doctor In Los Angeles

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I just moved to Los Angeles from Denmark and are looking to try some new treatment for my Fibromyalgia. In Denmark they don't know much about Fibromyalgia which is why I am excited to try new treatments in LA. Does anyone know a good doctor in Los Angeles who knows about fibromyalgia treatments? Maybe someone who has knowledge about LDN. Has anyone tried LDN and does it work?
Rebecca :)

A MyFibroTeam Member said:

I am not familiar with this LDN treatment.Can someone tell me what it is?

posted 6 months ago
A MyFibroTeam Member said:

Thank you! Yeah exactly, because I am new to the area I don't have a doctor or anyone helping me with my fibro. Good idea with finding a doctor that's more open to alternative medicine. In Denmark it's impossible to get LDN so I am hoping to find some here. Thanks again for your answer :)

edited, originally posted 11 months ago
A MyFibroTeam Member said:

Thank you so much for the answer! I like what I am hearing. I heard good things about LDN and want to try it while taking different supplements, maybe some cbd oil and then the normal good diet and exercise. Do you think an endocrinologist are more willing to prescribe LDN than example a primary care physician?

posted 11 months ago
A MyFibroTeam Member said:

My endocrinologist suggested LDN and starts his patients with 1 mg. I tried it for 3 months and found that it definitely 'softened' my fibro flares. I had to stop for treatment for another problem and so plan on re-starting once that problem is resolved. He says his patients are having good results. As you delve into LDN, you'll find that it generates a healing process and isn't just a coverup. There's lots to learn!

posted 11 months ago
A MyFibroTeam Member said:

Which doctor is monitoring your fibro and/or offering suggestions to help? I usually take a good print out to a doctor to 'make sure' they know what I'm referring to when I ask about LDN. My doctor 'knows' me and is willing to listen and consider. Since you're new to the area, you're just going to have to try a doctor that may be more open to "Alternative Medicine." They are usually more willing to consider treatments out of the 'norm.'

posted 11 months ago
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