Well, I have never heard of it so it is new to me. Maybe you could post replies with sites for us to check it out.
Thank You Very Much...Peg
I did some searching on Search Google. I looked for (1) Naltroxene and National Multiple Sclerosis Society and (2) Naltoxene and Multiple Sclerosis. I found quite a few sites there. It says that no clinical study has been conducted with Naltoxene for MS. Maybe in the future there will be trials done. But, as for myself, I would not try it.
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ok kewl all....i am just leery of new things as you know me and my rollawalker. and it is nice of you sister sister to want to help. thank you
The reason, in my opinion, that no one here uses low dose naltrexone is that it does not work. I did a ton of internet research and talked to both my neuro and my GP about it. My neuro says that it was tried for MS (off label) more than twenty years ago. It has only shown occasional anecdotal success. I found a compounder and my neuro was fine with me trying it and offered to write me a script. She also explained that her associate used to prescribed it for years without any notable success, well that was enough for me. The other problem is that if you are on LDN, you cannot take many, many other meds that treat symptoms. I want a proven progression therapy that allows me to use other meds that treat my symptoms and maintain my quality of life.
I also see that you have posted about LDN in lupus. You say that you have no vested interest and yet you do seem to be pitching LDN. Your offer to e-mail others (yet you have no e-mail listed) really makes this suspect. Make sure that you understand our rules here at HW and that you understand that spamming or selling anything will get you banned.
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