I started with this treatment one month ago. It is not necessarily a dramatic kind of drug and is used primarily to stop ms exacerbations which is one way of having a real life. Ldn should be looked into. The main site is www.Lowdosenaltrexone.Org it is a very small dose of an opiate blocker that enhances the production of endorphins. Unlike interferons, there are no side effects. Some people have improved immediately. I have noticed less temporary paralysis in the mornings. This has been used very successfully by the discoverer, Dr. Bihari in ny. The cost is not worth enquiring about. But you should order from the designated pharmacies on the site. It cannot harm you, costs nothing...So? I think in the long journey of ms we can take a year off and try out something. Interferon is not that effective statistically, as far as I am concerned, and has a laundry list of side effects. Plus you have to inject yourself all the time. Oh, yah, and it costs about $1000 a month usually. If my eyes did not deceive me I believe I paid under $50 for a 6 month supply of ldn. It may be $30/month however. The main compounder and Dr.Pharm.Skip (suma cum laude) of skips pharmacy in florida has had over 10,000 prescriptions filled and calls ldn a "no-brainer" so evident to him is the statistical proof. If you order be aware that general compounding uses the normal 50mg tablets whereas the recommended pharmacies use generic naltrexone with complete precision. It must not fluctuate in dosage. There is only 16% actual naltrexone in a tablet.







Ldn balances the immune system. To me it simply calms the beast. This balancing effect has also proven successful in opposite disease conditions like hiv-aids and certain cancers.
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replied December 21st, 2008
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hi---do you still feel the same way about ldn a few years later???????
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replied July 5th, 2010
LDN is wonderful. I've been on it for 9 months now and didn't notice anything till I was on it for six months. All my blood tests came back normal. Also it appears that my brain lesions are gone.
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replied July 5th, 2010
LDN is wonderful. I've been on it for 9 months now and didn't notice anything till I was on it for six months. All my blood tests came back normal. Also it appears that my brain lesions are gone.
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replied August 10th, 2010
Hi. I am on 4.5mg daily dose LDN and have been for about 2yrs. I have primary progressive MS. I do not suffer fatigue as bad as I did before taking it. I am a male and suffered erectile disfunction and tried viagra and other available drugs but LDN has given me my sex life back. It has steadied the progression of MS and I only wish I had known about it when I was first diagnosed in 2002. It has improved my life for certain.
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replied February 23rd, 2011
Here is a really informative link for everyone to check out. Hope this helps! http://www.webspawner.com/users/avoidthese drugsonldn/index.html
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