Taking LDN is leading to a blockage of the same receptor that narcotic pain killers is using. So it's no idea to combine these two at all. There is a lot of other pain reducing pills without narcotics. They are working very good with LDN.
Besides this, LDN is very often leading to a reduction in feeling pain, often from the first day you take it. So you may not need a particular big dose of pain reducing pills at all during the day. I totally understand that having Crohns may lead to a LOT of terrible pain. But try to stay on LDN for a while before you make up your mind to stop using them this time.
LDN is working in almost 50 % of us. LDN works even better if you try to avoid food or liquid triggers. Everybody being sick for a while may know what food that is better and worse for us, so even if you feel good after just a few day on LDN, try to work with your body, not against it. Don't celebrate reduced bathroom visits by eating something really triggering.4
Oh, and, here's two inspiring videos on youtube..
Post Edited (BeeSting) : 5/12/2010 4:27:08 PM (GMT-6)