LOW-DOSE NALTREXONE (LDN)
What is low-dose naltrexone?
It is classified as an opioid antagonist. It blocks the body’s opioid receptors for a short period of time and increases endorphin production (lower doses of this medication are used “off-label”, these doses are about 1/10 the the typical dose used for opioid addiction treatment).
What is it prescribed for?
It may be used for many things, examples include:
Crohn’s disease, Autoimmune diseases, Rheumatoid arthritis, Type 1 diabetes, Multiple sclerosis, Celiac disease, Chronic fatigue, HIV/AIDs, Depression, Chronic pain, Fibromyalgia, Pain associated with Lyme disease.
How do I get it?
Talk to your doctor about getting a prescription.
Contact your doctor if more serious side effects are noticed such as:
Confusion, Hallucinations, Blurred vision, Severe diarrhea/vomiting, Much higher doses require monitoring for liver damage.
100mL = $40.00
Each additional 50mL = $5.00
Questions or Concerns:
Contact Community Pharmacy
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