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Low Dose Naltrexone Apr 25
Replying to @bobthomson70
brilliant! Keep in touch.
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Sissy Parker Apr 25
Replying to @bobthomson70 @LDNNow
I have had success with my MS on this. I found a dr to give me LDN and I have not felt this good in 2 years. No pain meds or muscle relaxants for 2 months.
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bobthomson70 Apr 14
Why you've never been offered first.
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Tracilu Mar 28
I have used LDN x2 years for CRPS/RSD. Both legs & feet, no surgery. 4 mg each morning, no remission but equal pain relief compared to Lyrica.
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Jayne L Crocker Mar 28
Treatment of Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS) Using Low Dose Naltrexone (LDN)
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Dr Steven Horvitz Mar 28
Jayne- any info on LDN for chronic regional pain syndrome - lower leg 2 months after a foot fracture. Thanks.
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Jayne L Crocker Mar 13
LDN induced clinical improvement in 74.5%, remission in 25.5% of patients with improved wound healing of intestinal epithelial barriers!
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Jayne L Crocker Jan 30
Use of LDN w/ IBD concludes that the initiation of LDN is followed by "reduced dispensing" of several drugs essential in the treatment of IBDs
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CindySiegelShepler Dec 17
Thanks for supporting & believing in me when I approached you. Brilliant minds and big hearts make for a "Rare" combination these days.
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Jayne L Crocker Jan 18
Long-Term Survival (9 years and still going strong) - Patient w/ Stage IV Renal Cell Carcinoma Using LDN
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Jayne L Crocker Jan 18
A Grateful Patient for Chronic Pruritis:- After using the naltrexone cream for a few days she reported that this was the first cream to “actually take the itch away”
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CindySiegelShepler Jan 18
Great news & thanks for keeping us posted on LDN breaking news! You're the best,
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The Conversation Dec 11
We asked an expert whether we should be worried about the practice of prescribing drugs "off label"
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Jayne L Crocker Nov 20
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Jayne L Crocker Nov 12
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CindySiegelShepler Oct 14
Thanks for the heads-up More info on subject website under News:
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CindySiegelShepler Oct 14
Many thanks to for early support of LDN & HHD:
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Jayne L Crocker Oct 14
Good to see LDN for HHD appear in the British Journal of Dermatology
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bobthomson70 Sep 27
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Jayne L Crocker Sep 12
Patient w/ Dermatitis Herpetiformis is treated with LDN and goes into remission after 3 months
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