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Are There Known Benefits To Taking Low Dose Naltrexone
How would you go about switching from Suboxone to naltrexone? What would the timing and prescription look like? The current dose of Suboxone is 12mg. Thxs
See below: She has to detox first which requires an individualized approach. Afterward-she needs to wait 2 weeks prior to an injection of naltrexone. However, I have a protocol for initiating Naltrexone at small doses after 3-5 days and quickly titrating to a full dose by day 7-10. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Risk: liver tóxic: In excessive amount may be seriously toxic to the liver ( not in usual prescribed dosis). Since there is nothing proven to cure multiple sclerosis you should ask whoever recommended it what is suppose to do. It is considered an opium antagonist. Hopefully your neurologist is aware. Do not take it unless supervised by someone experienced in using it for ms. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Is low dose naltrexone 4.5mg (LDN) of any benefit in IBD as an off-label use obtained from a compounding pharmacy as an immediate release form? Thank
Hmm...: Best advice is to ask your docotr/gastroenterologist! there are currently studies of low dose Naltrexone use being done at penn state and other institutions around the globe to determine this; as well as usage of "ldn" for the treatment of other diseases. Always ask your doctor if this is right for you; and if it is available to you. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Complicated picture: For the best chances of understanding the intentions of each prescription in a medically complex picture like yours - discuss all of it w/ the doctor(s) treating you. The pain of connective tissue disease often lessened by NSAIDs or steroids and if you'd been given opiates in the past, the naltrexone will help switch from them. Ask, it's good to talk w/ Dr's to know how to best improve Tx. Best! ...Read more
Not that i know of: The jury is out - there is a website saying it can treat everything from psoriasis to aids to chronic fatigue syndrome. I have not been able to track down any real medical studies on this. There are a number of case reports, but after 45 years in medicine i can tell you that the vast majority of favorable case reports end up meaning nothing. Sometimes even causing harm. Talk 2 your dermatologist. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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