Last reply 2 months ago
King's protocol for MS

Hi all
Just a quick question….I can’t seem to find any written info about it.
But it’s been printed on my vitamin D and B personal info labels on the boxes.
So what else does this protocol entail?
Keep smiling

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3 months ago

@highlander , are these Over-the-counter (OTC) supplements? If so, which brand are they?

2 months ago

Hi @stumbler
These are on my prescription from my GP after she done the blood work that reported back I required them.

2 months ago

Oh forgot to mention CalciD and a little medicine bottle with an adult proof lock for the folic.
Hope that helps more.

2 months ago

@highlander , so the mention of this protocol is on the sticky label, added by the pharmacist?

If that is the case, pose the question to the pharmacist………. 😉

2 months ago

😗 😉 I only noticed it last night.
I was intrigued.
Keep smiling.

2 months ago

@highlander , my trigue is in too. You’ll have to update us when you find anything out. 😉

2 months ago

😄 will do!

2 months ago

Are you under the care of the team at King’s?

Page 99 of this document says:

“At the moment there is no requirement for
a comprehensive annual review.
Consequently people with MS may be
offered an annual appointment with an MS
specialist health professional or they may
not, but there is no consistency across the
country. Each MS service follows its own
protocols. ”

Perhaps that is what it is referring to? An MS management protocol developed at King’s that is a default remark on either the pharmacy, GP or bnoth computer systems. That is all I can imagine. Have you asked the pharmacist?

2 months ago

Much appreciated.
My local Hospital is in partnership with Kings, forgot about that, I had to go there for my LP even though my local hospital is capable of it, they gave my daughter one when she had meningitis.
Only 1.5 miles from my house as opposed to 70 for me.
Thanks again.

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