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Low-Dose Naltrexone, Receptors, & Lupus

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  1. Meredith McGee says:

    I have been on Low dose Naltrexone for about a tear. I have SLE and fibromyalgia. This is not a “miracle pill”. I can definitely feel it when I don’t take it, but when I’m able to take it regularly, I don’t have extreme flares.

    1. brett says:

      Thanks for reading and sharing your experiences with LDN, Meredith!

  2. Kimberly Mazzulo says:

    I have been taking 4.5mg of LDN for a couple years & it definitely helps with my muscle pain. Especially with my stiffness in the morning. I highly recommend it!!

    1. brett says:

      Hi Kimberly, Thanks for reading and sharing your experiences with LDN!

  3. Deanna Drake says:

    I I am so excited about this option. Lupus patience desperately need help with quality of life and hope. Coming from someone who has had lupus for 33 yrs and I am in. Bed in excruciating pain most if time. Please do more around this topic

    1. brett says:

      Hi Deanna,
      Thanks for reading and sharing. I definitely agree with you and hope LDN may be one reason to be optimistic. We will be sure to cover new LDN research.

  4. Lindsey Vesey says:

    I have started taking mine about 6 months ago. Life changing! I can do so much more than I was able to previously! Not only is my pain level now manageable daily with yoga, my inflammation has been almost none existant! Extremely happy with my decision!

    1. brett says:

      Glad to hear it and thanks so much for sharing your experience!
      What types of exercises do you include in your daily yoga?

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