Low dose naltrexone and plaquenil

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    Low dose naltrexone and plaquenil


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    Does anyone take plaquenil and LDN? I recently flared after taking 1 plaquenil a week for a few years. Now taking 2 a day again, 3 weeks in and not feeling better yet. Extreme cognitive dysfunction and I can't work. My dr prescribed the low dose naltrexone to me but I'm afraid to take it. The Use of Low-Dose Naltrexone for Lupus and Other Overlap Conditions WHAT IS LDN? Low-dose naltrexone or LDN is a medication that is getting more attention because of preliminary research showing promise for use with diseases like multiple sclerosis, some cancers, HIV/AIDS and other chronic pain conditions. Over the last several months, we, at Kaleidoscope I was honored to speak about using low-dose naltrexone LDN for fibromyalgia recently at the LDN 2017 conference. Based on my clinical experience with LDN and what I learned from other speakers at the conference, here are some answers to frequently asked questions about this treatment.

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  7. There might be ways to mitigate the risk of side effects from Plaquenil. The doctor may also be willing to supervise a trial of low-dose naltrexone, since there appear to be few adverse effects. Learn More We have written about using low-dose naltrexone for pain and naltrexone at regular doses to treat alcohol abuse disorder.

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    Low-dose naltrexone LDN has been demonstrated to reduce symptom severity in conditions such as fibromyalgia, Crohn’s disease, multiple sclerosis, and complex regional pain syndrome. We review the evidence that LDN may operate as a novel anti-inflammatory agent in the central nervous system, via action on microglial cells. While Naltrexone is primarily for opioid addiction, a doctor in New York, Dr. Bernard Bihari, discovered that when it was taken at a much lower dose, LDM exhibited beneficial results for patients with autoimmunity, cancer, and HIV or AIDS. Hence the name Low-dose Naltrexone LDN. Olive, I didn’t know much about low-dose naltrexone, so I looked it up. The wikipedia article isn’t a bad source for understanding this medication. I can see why tj was advising caution, as the article states that there have been many pseudoscientific claims about low-dose naltrexone without proper evidence from clinical trials.

     
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