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I Just Read About Testing LDN (low Dose Naltrexone) For A Lot Of Diseases Including AS. Is Anyone Using It Yet?
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It looks like it’s still in the trial stages but sounds promising.

posted February 4
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I have tried it in the past and it made me sick to my stomach and di not help any pain

posted February 6
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I have not tried it but my Integrated Medicine Doctor suggested it. I have a friend with MS who tried it and she didn’t think it helped much.

posted February 5
A MySpondylitisTeam Member

My wife is on it for rheumatoid arthritis, she has it bad but the trexone helps.

posted 3 days ago

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