I really wanna try LDN when I've finally get off of the Suboxone, but that might be a while since right now the suboxone is working for my pain, but I really wanna be off of narcotics someday cause I cant stand the side effects of narcotics. I go to see the doctor that prescribes my suboxone this next Tuesday, and since he's an addiction doctor, I'm sure he has alot of experience with naltrexone, and I wanna see if he has any experience with it being prescribed in low doses for pain. Does the LDN have to be special made or ordered?? And do you know around what the cost of it is? I'm sure my medicaid will not pay for it since they dont like to pay for anything that costs more then ten dollars. Well I', happy your not in as much pain, I hope it keeps working for you.
26 years old, single mother of 2 children, 7 year old girl and 9 year old boy
DX-Lower back pain, Arthiritis, Migraines, Raynald's Phenomenon, Depression, Anxiety/Panic Disorder, Bipolar Disorder, Pancreatic Divisum, Chronic Pancreatitas, Fibromyalgia
Meds- Suboxone 16-24mg daily, Cymbalta 60mg, 100mg Lyrica, Ventolin Albuterol Inhaler, Advair, Imitrex 100mg, Ibprofen 800mg, Phenergan 25mg, Hydroxizine 25mg, Biofreeze
Surgeries- Gallbladder removed 1998, Stent in Pancreas 2003, marsupilized bartholin gland cyst, countless upper GI scopes and ERCPs
Pets- 3 degus named Pricilla, Aster, and Shorty, one female rat named Sassy, one male rat named Squeeky who's brother died on 4/18/09 and was replaced by a baby female Guinea pig name Rosalina, a baby black emperor scorpian, and a corn snake named Precious
"Never go to a doctor's office whose plants has died."