About Low Dose Naltrexone (LDN) (Prescription Drug)
Naltrexone is FDA approved for alcohol and opioid dependence at 50mg doses. Pilot and preliminary studies of its use in low doses suggest there may be some positive effect for certain conditions. Read more
More about Low Dose Naltrexone (LDN)
Brand Names include Depade®; ReVia®; Vivitrol™
Low Dose Naltrexone or LDN is a commonly used name when used off-label
From the Forums
Naltrexone and other MS-related drugs have been discussed in our forums. This is a synopsis and links to some of those discussions.
Naltrexone (also referred to as LDN (low dose Naltrexone)) has been discussed several times in the forums, including this post (Low Dose Naltrexone) , and also in the post from October 2007 Low Dose Naltrexone as well as in this post Naltrexone, and this early post (Any LDN users?). More recently patients shared their experiences and links to other resources in the post Sharing LDN experiences.....
Read more about Naltrexone at the main Wikipedia:
or at US National Library of Medicine Medline Plus (see important warning information):
Learn more about Low Dose Naltrexone (LDN) in our Low Dose Naltrexone (LDN) Community Report.
|Low Dose Naltrexone (LDN) (naltrexone)|
|1.3 mg Daily Aug 18 - Sep 07, 2010|
|4.5 mg Daily Sep 07, 2010 - Last Update|
Aug 29, 2010
EffectivenessMajor (for General health)
EffectivenessMajor (for Multiple Sclerosis)
EffectivenessMajor (for Fatigue)
Side effectsMild (Vivid dreams)
BurdenNot at all hard to take