Multiple sclerosis treatment ldn

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Avatar m tn Cree reported the conclusions as follows in a poster presentation to the World Congress on Treatment and Research in Multiple Sclerosis, held in September 2008 in Montreal, Canada.
Avatar n tn Every possible treatment has been tried without success. I am looking into a treatment called LDN which is a compound used to gain relief for patients with fibromyalgia and multiple sclerosis.
4530502 tn?1360540494 was published in the journal Multiple Sclerosis in September 2008. 40 patients with Primary Progressive MS took LDN for six months and the conclusion of this study was LDN was not only safe and well tolerated, but halted the progression of the disease in all but one patient.
Avatar f tn Low-dose naltrexone (LDN). I have just been prescribed LDN for my two autoimmune diseases (not MS) by my endocrinologist. I am i'm looking forward to trying this out! Dr Mercola has a great article on this: "Can LDN Really Help Multiple Sclerosis, Rheumatoid Arthritis and Other Autoimmune Diseases?" The video at the start of the article is about a woman with MS going from a wheelchair to a walker after taking LDN. She mentioned feeling the difference of LDN overnight!
147426 tn?1317265632 it makes perfect sense to me that it would have a beneficial effect in multiple sclerosis since inflammation is a hallmark of this disease; LDN is very tolerable with very few side effects (some vivid dreams, some say it causes GI distress) and it can be compounded at certain pharmacies for about 40 dollars a month; sometimes I'm tempted to just try it off-label since it's hard to find a doc to prescribe it ;)
Avatar f tn Hello, I see that you got an answer. I wanted to add that I have seen others on here taking this to help them. I will try to find more information Take care, my thoughts and prayers are with both of you.
Avatar f tn //www.theherald.co.uk/news/news/display.var.2504159.0.Lifechanging_benefits_for_patients_using_addiction_drug.
Avatar f tn Yes there was a post up on this forum awhile back about naltrexone being beneficial in lower doses for HepC. Personally I took it around 15 years ago under the name of Trexan. It used to be given by prescription at the local downtown methadone clinic, well not given for free.lol Anyways I found a little bit of information on the subject, I haven’t read everything this article says so I hope I don’t get my a-- in a sling.
551343 tn?1506830518 s Cure for MS An Italian doctor has been getting dramatic results with a new type of treatment for Multiple Sclerosis, or MS, which affects up to 2.5 million people worldwide. In an initial study, Dr. Paolo Zamboni took 65 patients with relapsing-remitting MS, performed a simple operation to unblock restricted bloodflow out of the brain - and two years after the surgery, 73% of the patients had no symptoms. Dr.
Avatar m tn It is really a shock to get this diagnosis and then you worry when the symptoms are not getting better with treatment. But, please be patient with the treatment as it will eventually work and her symptoms will calm down. Is she still in the hospital? The disease is not curable but it can be slowed down as Deb has already explained.
Avatar m tn my sister (24) was diagnosed Multiple Sclerosis in 2010, responded to steroid. now she suffered sudden & complete loss of vision in her left eye. she has been put on SOLUMEDROL. please suggest any available treatment modalities world over ? chances of return of vision ??
Avatar m tn i had been diagonised with multiple sclerosis in the year 2001. now i am not able to walk. i am also not able to see clearly. my speech is also not clear. i think my type of ms is primary progressive since my condition has worsened gradually. pl suggest some medicines or other alternative therapy.
Avatar n tn I know there are studies on subexone but I haven't heard of many taking naltrexone. It is primarily a drug for achhol and opoid dependence but it does have pain relieving properities.
Avatar n tn It is possible that I had/have undiagnosed multiple sclerosis, and then when I started treatment the interferon kept the MS from progressing?
900662 tn?1469390305 John, Below are 2 more links. The first is a draft from our Health Pages using the National Multiple Sclerosis Society information. http://www.medhelp.org/health_pages/Multiple-Sclerosis/DRAFT---The-Disease-Modifying-Drugs/show/1192?cid=36 The second is a direct link to the same info from the NMMS: C:\Users\Brenda\AppData\Local\Temp\12.3.7_DiseaseModifyingDrugs-2.pdf Feel free to ask any questions.